With new low power 32 bit processors appearing on the market at a price point that was affordable for embedded processors, Storm was an investigation into the set of hardware that we anticipated would soon become available in a single package. We investigated the various design tradeoffs in performance, IO capacity for cyberphysical systems, and low power operation. Designing a castellated solder-on-module suitable for a variety of use cases. [link]
System Design Trade-Offs in a Next-Generation Embedded Wireless Platform
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