ZigBee / Thread SoC

ZigBee is a specification for a suite of high-level communication protocols used to create personal area networks built from small, low-power digital radios. ZigBee is based on an IEEE 802.15.4 standard. Though its low power consumption limits transmission distances to 10–100 meters line-of-sight, depending on power output and environmental characteristics,[1] ZigBee devices can transmit data over long distances by passing data through a mesh network of intermediate devices to reach more distant ones.

Thread is a wireless mesh networking protocol that:

  • Supports IPv6 addresses and simple IP bridging
  • Is built upon a foundation of existing standards
  • Is optimized for low-power / battery-backed operation
  • Is intended for control and automation (250kbps)
  • Can support networks of 250 nodes or greater
  • Supports low latency (less than 100 milliseconds)
  • Offers simplified security and commissioning
  • Runs on existing 802.15.4 wireless
  • SoCs

EFR32 Mighty Gecko Starter Kit

  • Modular design supports different radio boards
  • Expansion header allows easy expansion
  • Integrated debug

EFR32™ Mighty Gecko

  • Low Power Wireless System-on-Chip
  • Low Energy Consumption
  • Rich Analog and Digital Peripherals

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