First public release

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The TinyOS 8051 working group announces the first port of TinyOS 2 to Texas Instruments CC2430. We encourage all interested parties to visit our website to learn more or to test this platform:

http://www.tinyos8051wg.net

For any queries or comments feel free to contact Martin Leopold (leopold AT diku.dk), or join our our mailing list to comment or participate in developing this port further. Features of the port include:

  • Keil PK51 compiler support
  • Preliminary SDCC compiler support
  • Stand alone inline support developed by Will Archer and Nathan Cooprider from John Regehr's research group at University of Utah
  • Wide range of TinyOS 2 driver support, including radio, adc, timers, and more.
  • Two platforms supported: Sensinode Nano and Texas Instruments CC2430 Development Kit

This release signals a functional port, yet it is far from complete and requires more testing. In particular the following features are not available at this time:

  • The AM stack of TinyOS is unsupported at this time. Radio support is provided via SimpleMac
  • Serial stack unsupported (uart support is provided as well as the simple StdOut print interface)
  • We do not support Cygwin installations at this time. Only x86 Linux (or similar). Other users are encouraged to use a simulator or virtual machine such as VMWare for example running XUbuntos.
  • Only the CC2430 is supported, we expect Nordic Semiconductor nRF24E1 to be added later.

Submitted by leopold on Wed, 08/15/2007 - 21:32.