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opentag:apps:main [2012/03/07 01:38]
jpnorair [Supported RF Transceivers (Radios)]
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 OpenTag includes some applications for evaluation and demo purposes. ​ Developers can use them for reference purposes, demonstration,​ productization,​ or whatever. ​ Below is a list of all "​official"​ OpenTag apps distributed with the "​official"​ build. ​ If I become aware of unofficial apps, I will find a place on this Wiki to list them as well. OpenTag includes some applications for evaluation and demo purposes. ​ Developers can use them for reference purposes, demonstration,​ productization,​ or whatever. ​ Below is a list of all "​official"​ OpenTag apps distributed with the "​official"​ build. ​ If I become aware of unofficial apps, I will find a place on this Wiki to list them as well.
  
-===== Supported ​Platforms ​=====+===== Supported ​Boards ​===== 
 +//​[[opentag:​board:​main|Boards Main Article]]//​\\ 
 +A "​board"​ contains at least an MCU, a radio, and associated components. ​ There are several boards that OpenTag officially supports. ​ A perceptive engineer can port OpenTag to a new board very quickly (under an hour) as long as the board uses a supported platform and a supported radio. 
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 +=== Supported Platforms ​===
 At present, OpenTag supports several computing platforms. ​ A computing platform is usually an OS environment (like POSIX) or a microcontroller (MCU). ​ The list is growing. ​ For more information about each platform, check the [[opentag:​platforms:​main|OpenTag Platform Page]]. At present, OpenTag supports several computing platforms. ​ A computing platform is usually an OS environment (like POSIX) or a microcontroller (MCU). ​ The list is growing. ​ For more information about each platform, check the [[opentag:​platforms:​main|OpenTag Platform Page]].
  
-===== Supported RF Transceivers (Radios) ​=====+=== Supported RF Transceivers (Radios) ===
 A typical OpenTag board contains an MCU and some type of 433 MHz RF transceiver. ​ It might contain other things as well, but, at its core, OpenTag does not really need anything other than an MCU and a radio. ​ Check the [[opentag:​radios:​main|Radio Main Page]] for more information about radios that OpenTag supports. A typical OpenTag board contains an MCU and some type of 433 MHz RF transceiver. ​ It might contain other things as well, but, at its core, OpenTag does not really need anything other than an MCU and a radio. ​ Check the [[opentag:​radios:​main|Radio Main Page]] for more information about radios that OpenTag supports.
  
-===== Supported Boards ===== 
-//​[[opentag:​board:​main|Boards Main Article]]//​\\ 
-A "​board"​ contains at least an MCU, a radio, and associated components. ​ There are several boards that OpenTag officially supports. ​ A perceptive engineer can port OpenTag to a new board very quickly (under an hour) as long as the board uses a supported platform and a supported radio. 
-===== Supported Applications per Platform ===== 
  
 +===== Supported Applications per Platform =====
 __**Table Legend**__ \\ __**Table Legend**__ \\
 **Green:​** ​  ​Implemented and tested \\ **Green:​** ​  ​Implemented and tested \\
opentag/apps/main.txt · Last modified: 2012/03/07 01:39 by jpnorair