Renesas Webinar Features SparkFun

Ultra-Low Power Wi-Fi - Ready to go with AT Commands

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Need long-lasting Wi-Fi to support your next IoT project? Recently, Renesas Global delivered a demo during the webinar showing how to add WiFI to Arduino sketches on the SparkFun Shield. Feeling left out? Don't fret! This webinar is now available to stream on Renesas' website.

What's Covered in this Webinar?

During this webinar, you can expect Renesas to:

  • Highlight the key functionality of the DA16200 Ultra-Low Power Wi-Fi
  • Highlight and explain the extended AT Command functionality
  • Show Wi-Fi implementation details on the RA6M4 MCU host
  • Demonstrate Wi-Fi ready to go Renesas RA6 MCU examples using the SparkFun Wi-Fi Shield
    SparkFun Qwiic WiFi Shield - DA16200

    SparkFun Qwiic WiFi Shield - DA16200


About the Qwiic WiFi Shield

Ultra. Low. Power. Arguably the best three words in the IoT world. SparkFun has teamed up with ARM and Dialog to provide you with this Qwiic WiFi Shield based around the DA16200 module. The DA16200 is a fully integrated WiFi module with a 40MHz crystal oscillator, 32.768KHz RTC clock, RF Lumped RF filter, 4MB flash memory, and an on-board chip antenna. With the addition of a Qwiic connector, multiple GPIO options, JTAG connectors for deep dive programming, and you've got everything you need to get your R3 layout device ready to set up your next IoT project.

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