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Silicon Laboratories WGM160P Wi-Fi Module Starter Kit | New Product Brief

May 22, 2019 by Mouser Electronics

Silicon Labs WGM160P Wi-Fi Module Starter Kit is an easy-to-use development kit for the WGM160P module and Gecko OS.

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Silicon Laboratories WGM160P Wi-Fi Module Starter Kit 

Silicon Labs WGM160P Wi-Fi Module Starter Kit is an easy-to-use development kit for the WGM160P module and Gecko OS. The WGM160P Wi-Fi module includes a 2.4GHz Wi-Fi radio and a 72MHz Arm® Cortex®-M4 MCU with features including an ethernet MAC and capacitive touch sensing.  

It can execute Wi-Fi and TCP/IP stacks in addition to application code and features the Gecko OS which is designed to simplify wireless connectivity for faster development.  

The module is mounted on a radio board with antenna connectors, a microSD card slot, and USB interface for standalone testing. It can also be plugged into the baseboard with an on-board debugger, LCD display, ethernet port, and additional hardware to assist with development.

  • WGM160P module: 2.4GHz Wi-Fi radio and 72MHz Arm® Cortex®-M4 MCU
  • Integrated ethernet MAC and capacitive touch sensing
  • MCU can execute networking stacks and application code
  • Gecko OS designed to simplify wireless connectivity
  • WGM160P Radio Board: use standalone or plugged into base board
  • WSTK Base Board: full debug support, LCD-TFT display, ethernet port

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