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Points to Consider when Specifying a Wi-Fi-enabled MCU

-Alex Li, Product Line Manager, Wireless Solutions Group, Microchip Technology Inc.

In the course of the evolution of industrial IoT, we’re seeing greater preference for a single SoC that performs more functions, rather than using multiple discrete devices. This is because a single SoC offers multiple benefits including a smaller bill of materials, less design risk, a smaller footprint. Let’s take the example of a Wi-Fi MCU. It supports a diverse array of applications by integrating Wi-Fi connectivity with a processor and the GPIO. There are several factors to consider before specifying a particular Wi-Fi MCU. Before making a choice, it’s important to understand the different options.

While there are low-cost Wi-Fi connectivity options available in the market, they often compromise on the number of peripherals that they offer. This makes the choice difficult since robust Wi-Fi connectivity and high-performance MCU functionalities are both essential parameters and influence project design speed as well as effectiveness.


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