ONE-NET. ONE-NET Evolution.
The original development work on ONE-NET was done by a Petaluma, CA company called Threshold, which was founded to create wireless networking devices for home automation and control.The company looked at various protocols available, from ZigBee to 802.15.4, but found none of them solved the problems of a network in the home environment. So the decision was made to develop a new protocol, which was eventually named ONE-NET.
ONE-NET is supported by a growing number of partners:
LIST Command (Master View)
ASSIGN PEER Command (Master View)
SINGLE Command (Client View)
Hardware Design Considerations
The number of ONE-NET transceiver options is growing. The list already includes:
Client Devices are all devices which aren’t a master. There’s no need for any user interfaces for ONE-NET clients.
Several companies plan to offer
ONE-NET evaluation boards, modules, and
development systems based on 9 different
transceivers and numerous microcontrollers
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