QCA4002 Wi-Fi Development Platform for IoT
The QCA4002 based Wi-Fi Development Platform for IoT is comprised of a number of development boards based on full-featured, low-power Wi-Fi connectivity, along with an array of additional software and services features. This platform is designed to connect virtually any product, ranging across smart home or office functionality, including: connected appliances, smart lighting, security/monitoring, garage door/smart locks, cameras, and home temperature control.
The QCA4002 is a single chip SoC optimized for low-power embedded applications with single-stream Tx and Rx capability. The platform puts long-term, low-power, low-bandwidth capabilities in developer’s hands with minimal development effort and cost. Additionally, QCA4002 provides advanced features like:
- Pre-integration with Allseen Alliance’s AllJoyn® software framework, ensuring interoperability with the rapidly expanding AllJoyn ecosystem.
- A wide range of cloud ecosystem providers whose distinct client software is integrated with the QCA4002.
QCA4002 Based Modules
GT202 Production Module
The GT202 “KIT" consists of a GT202 module and GT202 adaptor board that is designed to mate with industry standard Arduino compatible MCU development platforms:
- GT202 + NXP K22 Freedom Board MCU + MQX OS
- GT202 + STMicroelectronics Nucleo F411RE board, with STM32Cube + FreeRTOS
Renesas Wi-Fi Cloud Connectivity Kit
The Renesas Wi-Fi Cloud Connectivity Kit provides a platform for developing IoT applications on the RX111 32-bit microcontroller. It leverages the GT202 Wi-Fi module, and is ideal for sensor-based IoT solutions. It comes pre-integrated with the Micrium Spectrum portfolio of embedded software and protocol stacks for IoT application development as well as the Medium One cloud connectivity solution.
S7G2 IoT Enabler Kit
The S7G2 IoT Enabler Kit is ideal for embedded developers, IT and operations, entrepreneurs, and makers. It contains a multitude of WAN connection options such as Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, and 4G LTE CAT1 cellular. Step-by-step instructions and source code examples help developers learn how to go beyond starting demos in order to build end-to-end IoT applications.