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For wired communication we have protocols like as CAN,Modbus,... between devices,What is a small protocol for wireless communication for 8 bit micros like as AVR.
Good question. 'Zigbee' is a standard protocol, that allows multiple devices to communicate with eachother in a network, with a medium datarate. Its similar (but not exactly) to Bluetooth in its principle.What is a small protocol for wireless communication for 8 bit micros like as AVR.
I'm going to build a miscellaneous wireless networks
(I do it for a friend seeking party, where each unit is a person)
Read more http://www.oreillynet.com/pub/a/wireless/2004/01/22/wirelessmesh.htmlMesh networks are a great concept. But the challenge lies in managing the dynamics of mesh networks so users receive an acceptable level of performance in terms of both latency and throughput.
And tell me about your party with 500 guests.4- The clients at the last rung will receive -at best- less than a *millionth* of the total bandwidth at the root. The reason: each of the 25 clients at each hop are sharing the bandwidth available at that level equally, in a true ad hoc mesh network. And with each hop the radio that provides access to the next level has its bandwidth reduced hy half. So the poor guys that the 4th rung get 1/25 * 1/2 * 1/25 * 1/2 .. you get the message.