This page is about the Renesas Low Power Wi-Fi devices. The main goal is to make the information about Low Power Wi-Fi SoC friendly, easy to access for embedded developers. This page will display information per topic, and detailed information can be found in the Renesas website.
Here is the list of available Renesas Evaluation Boards.
Getting Started Guides
Each of the boards has a getting started guide available. The purpose of the guides is to help users get a board up and running in as short as possible time. It explains how to connect the hardware and install the required SW packages.
Each of the Wi-Fi products comes with a Software Development Kit. This can be downloaded from the Renesas website after accepting a license agreement.
These guides explain the steps you need to take for developing and programming your applications for DA16200 and DA16600 module.
The hardware design of battery supplied wireless products requires extra attention. Each of the products has a hardware guideline document that explains what needs to be considered when designing schematic and layout of a product. Some products have schematics and layout examples available for download.
The respective Getting Started Guides explain which tools need to be installed for each device. This section summarizes on the tools and list a couple of additional tools that are available.
Renesas Mobile Applications
Renesas Wi-Fi Provisioning: this mobile application works with Development kits based on Renesas's DA16200 and DA16600 Wi-Fi System on Chip.
Matter: Matter is a new unified IP protocol to connect smart devices securely and robustly, regardless of brand, across all smart home ecosystems.
Easily and securely build connected products and solutions with Cloud platforms:
Technical support discussions about Renesas Wi-Fi products, hardware, software can be found in the Renesas Engineering Community. You can also ask your question or report anything concerning this Wiki.