Extremely-Low Energy Wi-Fi – Able to go along with AT Instructions
Want long-lasting Wi-Fi to help your subsequent IoT challenge? Not too long ago, Renesas International
delivered a demo through the webinar exhibiting find out how to add WiFI to Arduino sketches on the SparkFun Protect. Feeling ignored? Do not fret! This webinar is now accessible to stream on Renesas’ web site.
What’s Coated on this Webinar?
Throughout this webinar, you may anticipate Renesas to:
- Spotlight the important thing performance of the DA16200 Extremely-Low Energy Wi-Fi
- Spotlight and clarify the prolonged AT Command performance
- Present Wi-Fi implementation particulars on the RA6M4 MCU host
- Reveal Wi-Fi able to go Renesas RA6 MCU examples utilizing the SparkFun Wi-Fi Protect
Concerning the Qwiic WiFi Protect
Extremely. Low. Energy. Arguably the very best three phrases within the IoT world. SparkFun has teamed up with ARM and Dialog to offer you this Qwiic WiFi Protect based mostly across the DA16200 module. The DA16200 is a completely built-in WiFi module with a 40MHz crystal oscillator, 32.768KHz RTC clock, RF Lumped RF filter, 4MB flash reminiscence, and an on-board chip antenna. With the addition of a Qwiic connector, a number of GPIO choices, JTAG connectors for deep dive programming, and you have got the whole lot that you must get your R3 format system able to arrange your subsequent IoT challenge.