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Author: Mike M. (Company: Wisen) (musskopf)
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Hello everyone,

My name is Mike and for the last few years I've been developing projects 
using microcontrollers, like Arduino.

Having to frequently solve the trouble to run my projects from battery 
and also add wireless communication I've decided to built a development 
platform with those features already built-in!

Please, take a look on my first Kickstarter project: 
https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/340271897/whisper-node. I would 
like to highlight that I'm not a company trying to get free-ads here, 
I'm just a guys sharing my experience and effort...

I believe that many of you in this forum might be interested in this 
product, especially for those developing Internet-of-Thigs ideas which 
demand run on battery for long periods.

Let me know if you have any question or suggestion about this project or 
about running Arduino in low-power as well low-power techniques for RF 
communication... and I'll try to answer or share any experience.

Thanks!
Mike M.

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Author: Mike M. (Company: Wisen) (musskopf)
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Just an update on that, the product is already in production and 
available to the public. More details about it can be found on the 
following link: 
https://talk2.wisen.com.au/product-talk2-whisper-node-avr/

Cheers,

Author: matzetronics (Guest)
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Mike M. wrote:
> Just an update on that, the product is already in production and
> available to the public.

That was fast work! Congrats! But on the site it states that the Talk² 
Whisper will be available Nov. 2016?

Author: Mike M. (Company: Wisen) (musskopf)
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Hello,

That was just an estimate. Units will start to ne shipped soon. Actually 
a few units have already been shipped to test the logistics.

Cheers

Author: Conny (Guest)
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Cool board, matches my home & garden Control architecture.
Just ordered a 3 pack.

Author: Mike M. (Company: Wisen) (musskopf)
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Thanks... We're keen to start see it in action on different projects. We 
maybe start some kind of "post your project" on our Blog when we have 
enough boards out there and give the opportunity for people to share 
practical ideas. In exchange we probably will give back some kind of 
reward for the most popular ones.

Cheers,
Mike M.

Author: Mike M. (Company: Wisen) (musskopf)
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Hello,

Just a quick update on this post. Good part of the documentation for the 
Whisper Node is already available at:

https://bitbucket.org/talk2/whisper-node-avr

Also, the Talk2 Boot Load source code can be accessed here:

https://bitbucket.org/talk2/talk2boot

The bootload is a modified version of Optiboot with additional support 
for self-programming from external SPI Flash.

Cheers,
Mike M.

Author: PeterZ (Guest)
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Looks like the Moteino Project.

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