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 +[[https://getchip.com/pages/chip|C.H.I.P]] is a small $9 Linux SBC with onboard eMMC, bluetooth, wireless and LIPO battery charger. This can provide an all in one gateway device. There is also the [[https://getchip.com/pages/pocketchip|PocketCHIP]] which puts the C.H.I.P, small screen, battery and keyboard in a small case.
  
 +At present the standard kernels don't appear to provide SPI access, however there are community kernels and device tree's that will enable SPI.
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 +Currently the only tested code is Mikes C++ code initially written for the Pi [[https://github.com/m1ari/UKHasNET-PiNode|UKHasNET-PiNode from GitHub]]. The only change needed for use on the CHIP was to change the SPI device used in the config file.
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 +Depending on the Libraries used other code written for the Pi may work.
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