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ST Discover WiFi add-on board

The Discover Wi-Fi (STM32F4DIS-WIFI) features the SN8200 Wi-Fi module from Murata and enables easy entry Wi-Fi for your STM32F4DISCOVERY board.

  • AP/STA dual mode
  • UART SPI 2.4GHz IEEE 802.11b/g/n interfaces
  • WPA-PSK & WPA2-PSK security supplicant
  • Built-in TCP/IP, DHCP, DNS and HTTP server
  • Broadcom BCM43362 Wi-Fi chip
ST Discover WiFi add-on board

Product Description

The Murata SN8200 Wi-Fi network interface module based Discover Wi-Fi add-on board is designed to provide an easy connection to the ST Discovery board, and supports a wide range of functions through its command driven UART and SPI interfaces.

A swift start is guaranteed by extensive software demonstrations, and our EZ Web Wizard solution making sure that your Wi-Fi project is up and off the ground quickly.

The board includes a choice of UART and/or SPI host interfaces, as well as the standard 2.4 GHz IEEE 802.11b/g/n radio required for Wi-Fi. Included on the board is the software stack required to connect to a Wi-Fi network, and to set up all standard Wi-Fi parameters, such as encryption. Size wise the board is 68 mm x 48 mm x 1.6 mm and draws power from an external power supply via the board’s 5V DC jack or by a mini-USB plug. The board can easily communicate with a variety of other host modules and devices which use UART as its communication method.

Board features also include:

  • AP/STA dual mode
  • Built-in Wi-Fi security supplicant supporting WPA-PSK, WPA2-PSK
  • Built-in TCP/IP stack
  • Built-in DHCP, DNS
  • Built-in HTTP server for AP mode

Easy Access

Extensive software demonstrations, and our EZ Web Wizard solution making sure that your Wi-Fi project is up and off the ground quickly.

All you need to Connect

Included on the board is the software stack required to connect to a Wi-Fi network, and to set up all standard Wi-Fi parameters, such as encryption. All the possible interfaces you could need, UART and/or SPI host interfaces, as well as the standard 2.4 GHz IEEE 802.11b/g/n radio.

Multiple Power Options

The Discover Wi-Fi add-on Board can draw power via a 5V DC jack or by a mini-USB plug.

 
 
   

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