Partnership Supports Rapid Prototyping And Application Integration
On-Ramp Wireless has selected the IAR Embedded Workbench for TI MSP430 from IAR Systems for its latest Ultra-Link Processing (ULP) wireless technology. IAR Embedded Workbench will be packaged with the On-Ramp ULP wireless networking software development kit (DSK). IAR Embedded Workbench is preloaded with On-Ramp SDK source code drivers, providing the platform to quickly and reliably get the network up and running for On-Ramp customers, according to the companies (see the figure).
On-Ramp ULP technology is designed to offer high-capacity, long-range coverage, and ultra-low-power consumption without the need for repeaters. It fills a gap between existing communications platforms of higher-data-rate licensed spectrum cellular systems and free-spectrum short-range wireless radio platforms such as 802.11 and 802.15.4, the companies say. On-Ramp ULP wireless systems also are designed to solve the challenges of device monitoring, metering, and asset tracking in metro-scale and other difficult radio environments.
“We’re pleased to announce a new partnership with On-Ramp Wireless and look forward to supporting their customers and offering them top-quality tools, support, and service,” says Nadim Shehayed, U.S. general manager, IAR Systems. “Our tools complement On-Ramp’s SDK, providing engineers with the capability to quickly develop highly optimized and target-specific compact code.”
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