Support for 802.15.4 (6LoWPAN & Zigbee)
I understand your resource limitations. However, using limited resources to create something that is not appropriate for the expected purpose seems to be a waste. Before making a commitment to this choice, is there any way that you can validate that the chip and stack can function as a Zigbee coordinator with a population of, say, 100 devices. If so, then can you stress it by determining the max number of OTA firmware upgrades can be supported. And, you still do not know if the chip can support 6LoWPAN. The other chips that I suggested do have support for both Zigbee and 6LoWPAN. Maybe ATMEL or TI can validate whether or not their code and be used and support the use as a Zigbee coordinator with a population upto 250, and as a 6LoWPAN edge router.
Again - glad that you are looking at this.

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RE: Support for 802.15.4 (6LoWPAN & Zigbee) - by dperkins3600 - 01-19-2016, 11:46 PM

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