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DanHermansen
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re: RTX launches world’s smallest fully embedded Wi-Fi Module
DanHermansen   3/23/2012 6:50:59 AM
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Hi Greg, the Murata module does not contain an embedded antenna and does not support 11n either. But you are right, it contains the CC3000, even though that makes the Murata module much more power hungry. The EFM32 is just awesome to work with! For dev kits, please contact sales@rtx.dk or sales@rtxamerica.com

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greg_morpheus   3/22/2012 3:37:21 AM
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Love that they used an EFM32. The Energy Micro products are awesome. Why can I not find anywhere to buy a dev kit yet?

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re: RTX launches world’s smallest fully embedded Wi-Fi Module
greg_morpheus   3/22/2012 3:16:01 AM
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This module is smaller http://www.murata-ws.com/datastore/media/wifi_vk_ds.pdf It's also a complete embedded WiFi module, based on the new CC3000 SoC from TI (no 11n support though). That said, I'd much rather have an EFM32 to play with.

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re: RTX launches world’s smallest fully embedded Wi-Fi Module
oyvind borgan   3/14/2012 10:10:12 AM
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RTX demonstrates the Wi-Fi module here, with a small twitter application: http://youtu.be/SYk7r652jio



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