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TI ups its smart grid offerings

1/23/2012 04:15 PM EST
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There is no CC1200 according to TI website.

A. P. Richelieu
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A. P. Richelieu   1/25/2012 7:33:01 PM
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If you want to compare power consumption, then the 8 bit AVR based Atmel single chip MCU + ZigBee chips are typically better than both TI and ST. Also better link budget for longer range. Now they only need to release a large memory version, to allow SE2.0 128 kB is not enough, need at least 256 kB.

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DrQuine   1/23/2012 10:22:46 PM
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Since the vision of a smart grid was first proposed, we've heard a lot of reports of hackers attacking industrial infrastructure software and firmware. Does this chip technology incorporate enough security features to protect against emerging threats?

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Sanjib.A   1/23/2012 5:01:47 PM
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Something similar to STM32L Cortex-M3 based "GreenNet" launched recently by ST Micro? http://www.eetimes.com/electronics-news/4234870/ST-creates-smart-home-network-of-self-powered-nodes I think ST Micro has already make some progress in this field...How does the power consumption of the TI SoC in comparison to the one used in GreenNet look like?

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