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Parts by Number for 802.11 Serial Top

Part # Distributor Manufacturer Product Category Description
RS9110-N-11-22 ASAP Semiconductor REDPINE SIGNALS INC Not Provided 802.11 BGN (SINGLE BAND: 2.4 GHZ) SERIAL
MCW1001A Microchip Technology, Inc. Microchip Technology, Inc. Not Provided IP stack management. After the initial configuration is set, the MCW1001A can access the MRF24WB0 802.11 module to connect to a network and send/receive serial data over a simple UART interface from the Host controller. Supports BSD like socket based connections. Built-in Wi-Fi ® connection...

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