Standards & Protocols

Smart Energy Certified Wireless Stack from TI

Texas Instruments Inc.
August 21, 2011

The Z-Stack 2.5.0 from Texas Instruments Inc., Dallas, TX, supports the ZigBee Smart Energy 1.1 profile and is geared toward home area networks (HANs). The company has achieved ZigBee Certified status for its ZigBee Smart Energy 1.1 standard implementation. The stack complies with the ZigBee 2007 specification, supporting both ZigBee and ZigBee PRO feature sets on various hardware platforms, including the CC2530 SoC, ultra-low-power MSP430 microcontroller plus CC2520 transceiver, and Stellaris Cortex-M microcontroller plus CC2520 transceiver. The radios coexist with WiFi and Bluetooth, as well as with other 2.4 GHz-based solutions.


CompanyTexas Instruments Inc.
CountryUnited States (USA)




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