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ZigBee applications - Part 2: No common C API

7/13/2010 06:40 PM EDT
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Tim.Gillman
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Tim.Gillman   8/30/2010 5:37:25 AM
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To find out more about ZigBee and Wireless Sensor Networking, go to Drew's website: www.sanjuansw.com

t.alex
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t.alex   8/1/2010 4:43:07 PM
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I am just curious if there is any wireless standard which specifies C API?

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splrf   7/18/2010 1:39:22 PM
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Hmm.. A generic API to go on top of the different platforms. It sounds like an interesting community project.

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