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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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“Modules” in this context refer to “production-use” modules — designed with the intent of being incorporated into a final device. These production-use modules 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. ↩
“Development boards” in this context refer to “development-use” boards intended for use in the prototyping and development of 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. ↩
Underscore characters have been replaced by hyphens in the board model identifier for notational style preference. ↩
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