This project is supported in part by NSF Grants CNS-1823148 (“CRI:CI:SUSTAIN: Next-Generation, Sustainable Infrastructure for the RF-Powered Computing Community”),CNS-1305072 (“CI-ADDO-EN: Infrastructure for the RF-Powered Computing Community.”) Additional support from NSF Grant EEC-1028725, Intel Corporation, Disney Corporation, and the Google Faculty Research Awards program.
Thanks to JaeMin Shin and everyone in the Computer Network Lab at South Korea's Sungkyunkwan University for their contribution of a version of the WISP code that can operate with the Asian version of Impinj Speedway R420 readers, the R420-GX2!! Find the new WISP5 firmware repository branch here.
The Wireless Identification and Sensing Platform (WISP) is an open source and fully hackable battery-free platform for experimentation with low power sensing, computation, and communication. This wiki is a place for users and developers of the WISP to compile resources related to the WISP, to share knowledge, and to collaborate on large scale projects.
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