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Anonymous
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Hello, is it possible to use the 2,4 GHz RF HW for a normal WiFi connection? If yes which standarts can be fulfilled IEEE 802.1 a/b/g/n?

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VaisakhK_66
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Hello,

It is not possible to use the BLE 2.4 GHz RF Hardware for WiFi connection.

You can use Cypress's WICED Wi-Fi + Bluetooth combos if you need both Bluetooth and Wi-Fi support for your design. Please refer to the link below for more details:

WICED Wi-Fi + Bluetooth Combos | Cypress Semiconductor

Regards

Vaisakh

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Anonymous
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I think its only for bluetooth, not wifi, but I'm not with cypress so take what I say with a grain of salt.

VaisakhK_66
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10 replies posted 5 replies posted First question asked

Hello,

It is not possible to use the BLE 2.4 GHz RF Hardware for WiFi connection.

You can use Cypress's WICED Wi-Fi + Bluetooth combos if you need both Bluetooth and Wi-Fi support for your design. Please refer to the link below for more details:

WICED Wi-Fi + Bluetooth Combos | Cypress Semiconductor

Regards

Vaisakh

Anonymous
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Hello,

In addition to VKVK's comments, PSoC 6 can be interfaced with one of our WICED WiFi chipsets and provide wireless connectivity that way. The PSoC 6 architecture provides the resources and necessary interfaces to connect with our WICED chipset. We are working on this solution now and hope to have something in the near future.

Thanks for the questions!