The presence of a radio frequency node in the TiTAN development board allows you to create an entire network of executive devices on the Smart Home principle.
The power of the TiTAN MCU enables the use of the SimpliciTI open protocol.
The presence of a built-in programmer-debugger makes it possible to use it to debug all the further projects that would appear in the TiTAN family.
Later the family of TiTAN development boards will be divided into four main groups:
- Boards with 16-bit MCUs and MSP430 core with different set of peripherals, including RF node.
These boards are aimed at the study and “rapid prototyping” of any of your ideas.
- Boards with 32-bit MCUs and Cortex-M3 core with different set of peripherals, including RF node. These boards will be useful for those who have already grown out of the 16-bit MSP430 platform, but will continue to develop various RF devices.
- Boards with 32-bit DSP MCUs. This is the other family of microcontrollers designed for digital processing of various signals. These boards will also be equipped with radio frequency nodes,
but in the form of a free-standing chip.
- Miniature embedded boards with all the necessary environment from the previous three branches. These boards will not contain a programmer-debugger and bulky connectors, that allows significantly reduce the size. This branch of boards will be designed to reduce product development time for the end user.