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Silicon Labs SiSNAP915 Synapse Module Tools

Silicon Labs SNAP Enabled
Programmable XCVR Development Tools

Silicon Labs' SNAP Enabled Programmable XCVR Development Tools combine Silicon Labs Si1000 wireless MCU enabled with Synapse's SNAP (Synapse Network Appliance Protocol) operating system. These SNAP Enabled Programmable XCVR Development Tools make it easy to deploy scalable, ultra-low power and small-footprint wireless mesh networking solutions for smart metering, building automation, lighting control, personal medical devices, asset tracking systems, and other wireless applications. The Silicon Labs' SNAP Enabled Programmable XCVR Development Tools provides a turnkey hardware /software solution that developers can deploy immediately in their end products. It also offers an easy-to-use development platform for those who want to migrate their wireless designs to high-volume applications using the Si1000 MCU running SNAP as embedded firmware.

Features
Wireless MCU
  • 240 - 960 MHz continuous frequency coverage
  • Configurable output power up to +20 dB
  • Up to 141 dB link budget for extended
    communication ranges
  • Optimized low power modes to support
    extended battery life
  • Integrated microcontroller peripherals including
    10-bit ADC, comparators, RTC, UART, SPI, I2C,
    PWM, and timers
  • In-system programmable Flash memory
Synapse SNAP Protocol
  • Self-Forming - when a node is powered up, it is automatically integrated into the network
  • Instant-On - when a node is powered up, it is
    fully operational in a fraction of a second without
    user interaction
  • Self-Healing - if a node fails for any reason,
    other nodes automatically route signals around
    the failed node
  • Any node can talk to any other node directly or
    via intermediate nodes


  • Routes between nodes do not have to be pre-configured by the user
  • No embedded programming required - easy
    to use Python scripting language used to
    define the application
  • True peer-to-peer networking with freeform
    remote procedure calls (RPC)

Applications
  • Smart metering
  • In-home utility monitoring
  • Energy management
  • Wireless security panels
  • Wireless sensors
  • Home and building automation
  • Access control
  • Medical systems
  • Asset tracking
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