WRTnode is a high performance CPU, low power consuming, cheap, and samll dev board that can run OpenWRT OS and also easy to port all open source software of Linux. Â Today, more and more devices could connect to internet, named Internet of Things. The WRTnode is a small node which could connect internet all by itself and do something complicated. Such as track a cat running over, identify what you are saying and twitter it, check email and pronounce for you, learn how your room layout and find garbage to sweep while streaming camera video to you over internet.Â Â Features: Opensource hardware for OpenWrt mini Linux+Wi-Fi board easy and completed IDE smart machines' heart low power-consuming complete I/Os, high performance 300MBit/s Wi-Fi and low price Â Hardware Specification? 45mm*50mm MTK MT7620N 600MHz mips cpu (MIPS24KEc) 512Mb DDR2ram 128Mb spi flash 2T2R 802.11n 2.4 GHz 23GPIOs 5-Port PHY (JTAG) SPI UART Lite USB2.0 Â Software Feature? Based on OpenWrt BARRIER BREAKER (Bleeding Edge, r41508) Using rt2860v2 Wi-Fi driver hacked by lintel Using customized uboot hacked by manfeel WRTnode aplci up link Wi-Fi configuration (aps/vw/nr/ia) Luci Wi-Fi wpa patch for rt2860v2 Local dns add i.wrtno.de & wrtnode.lan besides openwrt.lan to WRTnode with the default WRTnode ip is 192.168.8.1 WRTnode additional feature (all source opened github.com/WRTnode): Â Â Â Opencv 2.4.8 Â Â Â Native gcc-mipsel on mt7620 and bin-utils Â Â Â Porting linino (Arduino yun) source to WRTnode Â Â Â Shine: fast fixed-point mp3 encoding Â Â Â And some WRTnode demo apps: opencv application demo, mechanical control demo, RESTful front-end demo and some other thing Â Resource Documents Quick Mesh Project for WRTnode WRTnode SDKÂ
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