Breakout Dusty PCB Antenna
An extremely small module networked by SmartMesh IP with an on-board PCB antenna, incorporating a LTC5800-IPM, a highly integrated low power radio design with an ARM Cortex-M3 32-bit microprocessor running SmartMesh IP embedded networking software. SmartMesh IP wireless sensor networks are self-managing, low power internet protocol (IP) networks built from wireless nodes called motes, which can route, source or terminate data, and they behave according to the SmartMesh IP network software loaded: Wireless Mote, EManager, or Access Point Mote.
● Module with onboard PCB antenna
● 2.4 GHz – RF transceiver supporting Bluetooth® specification v5.0 and IEEE 802.15.4-2011 PHY and MAC
● Consume 13 nA in shutdown mode
● Consume 600 nA in Standby mode + RTC + 32 KB RAM
● Secure & ID
● Supply Voltage : 3.3V
● Interface : USART / ADC / SPI / I2C / QSPI
● Dimensions : 16 x 27.25 mm
● Working temperature -40 °C to 85 °C
● RX Sensitivity -96 dBm
Dusty PCB Development Boards
Dustino PCB Antenna
This document describes DUSTINO, an Arduino MKR1000 form factor board that represents a key solution for easy and fast prototyping of the Dust wireless technology. It is Arduino IDE compatible and powered by USB or battery. It will especially be useful for both the Makers community, as an Arduino compatible board, and the R&D teams of larger entities. Being the DUSTY on the board CE and FCC certified, there’s no need to certify the single board produced using Dustino, making it faster and more inexpensive to prototype and produce.
A breakout board developed to start working with Dusty PCB Ant easily. It comes with a connector with 2 screw terminals, ideal for connecting a battery pack or any 3.3V external power source. It has the standard 10-pin Dust programming header (“Dust Prgrm” on the silkscreen), which allows you to use the standard Dust interface boards and programmers to connect to Dusty, the eterna programmer or the DC9006A+DC9904A combo