Information on the module guide itself and the associated resources and known issues are available here.
The Wi-Fi framework provides generic application interface for Wi-Fi modules with or without on-chip networking capability. Currently, only Qualcomm GT202 is supported. The Wi-Fi framework communicates through SPI with the underlying GT202.
Wi-Fi is a technology for wireless local area networking with devices based on the IEEE 802.11 standards. Wi-Fi networks are created with radio frequency technology to transfer data between sender and receiver. Wi-Fi most commonly uses the 2.4 GHz (12 cm) UHF and 5 GHz (6 cm) SHF ISM radio bands.
The Synergy Software Package (SSP) includes a Wi-Fi framework that enables the creation of Wi-Fi application using a generic API interface, implemented on a Wi-Fi device driver provided by Wi-Fi vendors. This section introduces the Wi-Fi framework basic blocks and key features, and enables you to determine whether the intended Wi-Fi application is supported by the Synergy Wi-Fi framework at a higher level.
The Wi-Fi Framework module guide is targeted for SSP 1.2.0 and above and the SK-S7G2 Kit.
The most recent versions of the WiFi Framework module guide application note, application project and import guide are available here.
Module Guide Resources
- Information on some of the related NetX related functions (MQTT and TLS, for example) are available in the X-Ware zip archive from the Synergy Gallery here.
- Refer to the SSP release notes for known issues, available here.