Zigbee, seeking help.

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I worked on a project which used ATmega644(MCU) and NRF24L01+(tranceiver) to achieve the wireless transmission.

Now I am thinking using Atmel's wireless device to do the wireless transmission and make an comparison with what I had done before.

Because currently I have an STK-600 on my hand so I am thinking about using ATmega128RFA1-EK1 to perform my work.

I would much appreciate if someone can provide me some advices or the sample code for triggering ATmega128RFA1.

Last Edited: Fri. Oct 16, 2015 - 02:12 PM
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I also have a quesion like what kind of software should I use to program Atmega128RFA1 ?

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You will need to have Atmel Studio installed, which you probably already have.

The start with Lightweight Mesh stack, it is much easier to use than ZigBee stack (BitCloud).

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alexru wrote:
You will need to have Atmel Studio installed, which you probably already have.

The start with Lightweight Mesh stack, it is much easier to use than ZigBee stack (BitCloud).

Thanks a lot for you advice. So, do I need to install extra software in order to use Lightweight Mesh stack?

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No, you don't need anything except for AS.

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alexru wrote:
No, you don't need anything except for AS.

And for the Lightweight Mesh stack, how can I get started with that ? Is there any tutorial for Lightweight Mesh stack on Atmel website?

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alexru wrote:
Yes, there is http://www.atmel.com/tools/light... .

Thanks a lot man!!!