smxWiFi provides the necessary software to add wireless connectivity to an embedded system. It is a secure and robust 802.11 MAC stack specifically designed and developed for embedded systems and can run on any hardware platform.
It was released in June 2008 and is in use in products like yours.
Learn how protocols supported by smxWiFi correspond to the certification programs of Wi-Fi Alliance, such as Wi-Fi Direct™, Wi-Fi Protected Setup™, Wi-Fi Protected Access®, WPA™, and WPA2™.
MediaTek and Ralink drivers are available for MT7601, RT2573, RT2860, RT2870, RT3070, RT3572, RT5370, and RT5572.
smxWiFi works with USB dongles and PCI cards. Multiple chipset drivers can be linked, and the correct one is selected dynamically at run time.
SoftAP, Wi-Fi Peer-to-Peer (P2P), and Wi-Fi Simple Configuration are available.
smxWiFi provives two methods for security. One is the Authentication Type and the other is the Encryption Algorithm/Protocol.
Authentication Types include:
Open System, Shared Key, 802.11i (commonly referred to as WPA, WPA-PSK, WPA-EAP, WPA2, WPA2-PSK, WPA2-EAP)
Encryption Protocols include:
WEP, TKIP, AES
Supports Enterprise security (and RADIUS servers) and Wi-Fi Simple Configuration.
For more information see the smxWiFi datasheet.
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While optimized for SMX®, smxWiFi can be ported to another RTOS or another hardware platform.
Due to the complexities of the 802.11 protocol, smxWiFi requires a multitasking RTOS environment, such as SMX®.
A TCP/IP stack is also required, and smxWiFi has been integrated with smxNS.
To support USB wireless dongles, a USB host stack is required, such as smxUSBH (strongly recommended).
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