UWB Localization in a Feather form factor #Feather @jedhodson
Jed Hodson writes on Prototype Corner about a new ATSAMD21 microcontroller board with an integrated Decawave DWM1000. The DWM1000 module is an IEEE802.15.4-2011 UWB compliant wireless module capable of precision indoor positioning and high data rates, making this board perfect for robotics projects where localization is required. The form factor is the Adafruit Feather size, making the board compatible with over a hundred additional boards.
– Decawave DWM1000 for precision tracking
– ARM Cortex M0 for fast & powerful applications
– Adafruit Feather compatible to integrate with a wide existing ecosystem
– SWD interface for programming and debugging applications
– USB-C connector
– Integrated LiPo battery charger
See the blog post for further details. The board is released under Creative Commons BY-NC, you have access to all the source code and build files to make your own via GitHub.
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