Confusion

Added by Tux D3v over 7 years ago

Hi guys,

I saw this site when i was searching for a open stack to use with pic micro or with stm32 micros.

I am a little bit confuse about this stack, and how to use it...

It say that it is for linux, and i saw some references to ARM..

A assume that this is stack is to run in a ARM device with an Linux OS, like Raspberry PI?

but it makes some reference to 8051 micros and another ones...so i started to get more confuse...than i was.

How can i use, or what is the porpoze of Zboss stack?

thanks in advance

regards
tux


Replies (3)

RE: Confusion - Added by Denis Akopov over 7 years ago

ZBOSS supports:
ARM with MMU running Linux OS + SPI connected transceiver.
8051 with SPI connected transceiver
Texas Instruments CC253x SoCs.
Also, under commercial license PRO version supports Cortex M3/M4 and MIPS.

RE: Confusion - Added by Tux D3v over 7 years ago

Hi Denis,

So zboss is free, and only run in TI,8051, or ARM with MMU and Linux OS.

But ZBoss PRO is only the one that can run on ARM-M3 for example the stm32, or Pic32(Mips 4k) right?

The ZBoss PRO is payd?If so How mutch?
What the bid differences between them?

thanks in advance

regards
tux

RE: Confusion - Added by Denis Akopov over 7 years ago

ZBOSS PRO is Zigbee 2012 PRO certified stack while ZBOSS is ZigBee 2007.
Main advantages are improved security, advanced routing mechanics, virtually unlimited numbed of devices and latest and most stable version of specification.
And new supported platforms, like STM32 M3, M4 and MIPS.
For prices and quotes please contact our Management Team at

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