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* [http://www.martlet.ce.gatech.edu/Martlet_Board Martlet Board]
 
* [http://www.martlet.ce.gatech.edu/Martlet_Board Martlet Board]
 
* [http://www.martlet.ce.gatech.edu/Debugging_Board Debugging Board]
 
* [http://www.martlet.ce.gatech.edu/Debugging_Board Debugging Board]
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* [http://www.martlet.ce.gatech.edu/Battery_Charging_Board Battery Charging Board]
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* [http://www.martlet.ce.gatech.edu/Signal_Receiver_Board Signal Receiver Board]
 
* [http://www.martlet.ce.gatech.edu/Smart_ADC-DAC_Board Smart ADC-DAC Board]
 
* [http://www.martlet.ce.gatech.edu/Smart_ADC-DAC_Board Smart ADC-DAC Board]
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* [http://www.martlet.ce.gatech.edu/Integrated_Accelerometer_Board Integrated Accelerometer Board]
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* [http://www.martlet.ce.gatech.edu/Shock_Accelerometer_Board Shock Accelerometer Board]
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* [http://www.martlet.ce.gatech.edu/Ultrasonic_Board Ultrasonic Board]
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* [http://www.martlet.ce.gatech.edu/Strain_Gage_Board Strain Gage Board]
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* [http://www.martlet.ce.gatech.edu/External_ADC_Board External ADC Board]

Revision as of 14:47, 18 January 2018

Martlet Wireless Unit

Martlet Introduction

Martlet is a next-generation low-cost wireless sensing node developed for smart structures applications. The development of Martlet is a joint effort among the Laboratory for Intelligent Systems and Technologies at the University of Michigan, the Laboratory for Smart Structural Systems at Georgia Institute of Technology, and the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering at Michigan Technological University. The Martlet wireless node adopts a Texas Instruments Piccolo microcontroller as the core processor. The microcontroller (TMS320F28069) supports programmable clock frequency up to 90MHz.

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