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Freescale's Tiny Kinetis KL03 MCU Targets Internet of Things

2/25/2014 12:45 PM EST
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Kathleen.Jachimiak
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Kathleen.Jachimiak   2/26/2014 4:29:10 PM
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I am a marketer at Freescale for Kinetis MCUs, and I couldn't help but want to jump in on the good discussion here on this article.  There was a comment about how to put an IP address into the chip and I wanted to mention that there are software solutions that can reduce the complexity and overhead of key Internet and Web protocols.  Also, wanted to point out that for those designers looking for an integrated solution for IoT connectivity, the Kinetis W series integrates class-leading sub-1 GHz and 2.4 GHz RF transceivers with ARM® Cortex® cores.  This could be another option for those wanting a more integrated solution.

 

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Sanjib.A   2/28/2014 12:29:53 AM
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Okay! Thanks for the information and the reference of ENC28J60. Well, 10BaseT would be sufficient for many IoT applications, where the data packet might get transmitted/ received intermittently and I was looking for such a tinydevice for a small home automation application. 

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