Available hardware and software
We have available the following:
- 8 Android ADP1 phones (unlocked G1) phones - the phones feature a
touch screen, accelerometers, GPS, compas, 802.11, Bluetooth, keyboard
(including ad-hoc mode). The Android version on those phones is 1.6.
- 40 Motorola Droid phones with the same capabilities as the ADP1
phones, but running the Android 2.1.
- 12 Mobile robots controllable from SunSPOTS.
- 16 Desktop PCs with Internet connectivity via the Ethernet and a
firewall, also equipped with an assortment of PCI wireless 802.11b
cards (Cisco, Linksys, Lucent Orinoco, Dlink).
- 16 laptops able to run Linux (and Windows).
- 55 assorted PCMCIA 802.11b wireless cards that fit the
laptops. Also 15 Orinoco PCMCIA/PCI adapters, allowing the Lucent
cards to be installed in desktops.
- 4 USRPs capable of running GNU Radio with a few daughter boards.
- 12 Cisco access points capable of offering differentiated service
(8 APs1242AG and 4 APs 1220B).
- 8 802.11 Cisco LAN controllers (4 Cisco 2200 Series and 4 Cisco
- 82 900 MHz
MicaZ motes based on Atmel's ATMEGA 128 running TinyOS.
- 10 Telos motes running TinyOS.
- 28 iMotes (20 - IMote2IPR2400 + 8 IMote2IIB2400).
- 23 SunSpots + 31 Sunspot base stations.
- 3 iPAQs with Bluetooth and PCMCIA sleeves (accepting 802.11 cards).
- 3 Bluetooth APs.
- A network camera producing JPEG files updated a specified rate.
Most software for the hardware above is available free on the web and
will have to be downloaded and installed. A few (but not all) of the
download links are here.