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FeRa_2236871
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Hello,

We are using Laird Sterling LWB and Sterling LWB5 modules based on CY4343W and CY43353 chipsets respectively.

Regarding Wake On WLAN, we'd like to understand whether latest brcmfmac driver and firmware support this feature, assuming that WL_HOST_WAKE is connected.

Regarding Wake On BT, both chipsets support host wake-up via BT_HOST_WAKE line and via RTS/CTS UART lines, assuming BT UART is defined as wake-up source.  We'd like to understand which options are supported by latest BT firmware.

Thanks a lot.

Felix.

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Hi Felix - I believe your request was also submitted to us (me) via Laird SalesForce Case #476366 (you probably don't have access to this case).  By chance, is your question here already answered by this other Forum posting?  How to use GPIO_0 (WL_HOST_WAKE) on CYW43438?

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MichaelF_56
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Adding the Laird technical team: cs-support_3165066ryan.erickson_1709311mcalhoun

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Hi,

I doubt this question is Laird specific, since WIFI and BT firmware are developed by Cypress

Felix.

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Hi Felix - I believe your request was also submitted to us (me) via Laird SalesForce Case #476366 (you probably don't have access to this case).  By chance, is your question here already answered by this other Forum posting?  How to use GPIO_0 (WL_HOST_WAKE) on CYW43438?