The module, based on the IEEE-802.11-b/g/n standard, has its own antenna on board, but, thanks to “smart antenna selection”, can be optionally operated with an external antenna. The tin-plated edges enable the module to be manually soldered for quick prototyping, as well as AOI in series production. Calypso comes with an integrated TCP/IP stack and supports IPv4, IPv6 and common network applications, such as SNTP, DHCP, MQTT, mDNS, and HTTP(S). As an alternative to the standard firmware, the customer can select their own firmware, which is uploaded during manufacturing – thus obtaining a customized wireless solution for immediate use.
The AT command interface enables quick and easy expansion of an embedded system to incorporate a Wi-Fi interface. The module comes with six simultaneous secure sockets, secure boot, secure storage and secure OTA firmware updates. It is designed for operating temperatures of -40 to +85°C and has a low power operating mode for battery operated devices.
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