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Winner Micro W600 & W601 (Wi‑Fi Chips)

The Winner Micro W600 Wi-Fi system-on-chip (SoC) provides wireless connectivity through 2.4 GHz Wi-Fi (IEEE 802.11b/g/n) and is based around an Arm Cortex-M3 32-bit processor core. Notably, the W600 is the chip used in Luat's low-cost Air602 Wi-Fi module. Follow @W600chip on Twitter for news and information.

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[Photo: W600 chip soldered onto a PCB]

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  1. “Modules” in this context refer to “production use” modules — designed with the intent of being incorporated into a final device. These modules intended for production use do not have on-board components which would likely be considered superfluous in a final product (in contrast to a “development use” board); for example, no on-board USB-to-UART interface chip (nor associated USB connector), nor programming buttons for flashing & reset. 

  2. “Development boards” in this context refer to “development use” boards intended for use in evaluating, prototyping, and otherwise developing a device. These development use modules have on-board components which aid in the process of device development; for example, on-board USB-to-UART, USB connector, and physical buttons for programming (flashing and resetting) purposes. 

  3. Underscore characters have been replaced by hyphens in the board model identifier for notational style preference. 

  4. The W600.chip.haus website and @W600chip Twitter account are independently operated and not affiliated with Winner Micro.