The In-Circuit radino32DW1000 combines an STM32L151 with the DW1000 UWB radio from Decawave in a small form-factor EMC-compliant module.
The DW1000 is a fully integrated single chip Ultra Wideband (UWB) low-power low-cost transceiver IC compliant to IEEE802.15.4-2011. It can be used in 2-way ranging or TDOA location systems to locate assets to a precision of 10 cm. It also supports data transfer at rates up to 6.8 Mbps.
The core of the radino32 DW1000 is the powerfull STM32L151 by STMicroelectronics, which with 32-bit ARM® Cortex®-M3 CPU, 32 kbyte RAM, 256 kbyte Flash and 8 kbyte EPROM provides enough resources for complex functionalities.
The radino32 DW1000 is part of the radino-series, which provides full-Arduino-compatible wireless communication devices in a small form factor. All radino Modules are pin-to-pin compatible.
- RF Transeiver DW1000 connected internally
- IEEE802.15.4-2011 UWB compliant
- Supports 6 RF bands from 3.5 GHz to 6.5 GHz
- Data rates of 110 kbps, 850 kbps, 6.8 Mbps
- STM32L151CC by STMicroelectronics with 32-bit ARM® Cortex®-M3 CPU
- 256 kbyte Flash, 32 kbyte RAM, 8 kbyte EEPROM
- Low Power RTC
- 12 bit ADC and DAC
- Capacitive touch sensing supported
- 23 multifunctional GPIOS (14 PWM, 10 ADC IN, 1 DAC OUT)
- USB, I²C, SPI, 2xUSART
- Arduino Demo Applications available in our library!
Suitable application development boards
|radino Leonardo||Carrier board suitable for all radino modules. Includes Arduino connector for easy mounting of Arduino shields. Voltage regulator and Level-Shifters are also included.|
|radino Spider RP-SMA||Breadboard adapter for all radino modules|
|radino USB Stick||RP-SMA-Version of USB Stick with UWB-Antenna.|
|radino UART-Bridge||UART bridge with power supply and level shifters for all radino modules|
|XBee-PRO Shield||XBee Pro adapter for all radino modules|
With our Arduino Library for radino the radino32 DW1000 becomes fully Arduino-compatible, which enables easy programming by using the Arduino IDE (http://www.arduino.cc/).
Visit radino/radino32 software for more information about the Arduino IDE and installation.
For detailed information about our library for the Arduino IDE look at the radino Library documentation.
Common problems regarding radino modules and the Arduino system: Common problems
If you don´t want to use the Ardunio IDE, you can flash an existing .bin file with stm32flash. For more informations see: Upload binary on radino32
Working with Arduino IDE
The radino32 DW1000 has no Arduino library for including. For an own sketch you should copy the dw1000_ranging_demo folder into the sketchbook folder as a new project.