Learn the thermal profiles of the Silex SDIO radio family including the SX-SDMAN, SX-SDMAN2 and SX-SDMAC to allow users to design optimal thermal mitigation approaches during the integration of the radios.
This document explains how system administrators and users can use the Silex SX-BR-4600WAN Ethernet to Wi-Fi Bridge with virtually any Ethernet enabled device to allow connection to the organization's existing wireless network.
Download this application note to learn how to implement the necessary changes to the OS and EVK board as well as how to install the Bluetooth stack using our AR6233 based SX-SDCAN wireless module with the i.MX6 platform.
This technical paper describes the security methods, encryption, and authentication protocols supported by Silex Technology wireless devices as a solution to security threats inherent in WLAN networks.
The purpose of this document is to provide instructions for creating a bootable SD card image based on NXP’s L4.1.15-2.0.1_ga BSP (Linux OS), and building QCA9377-3 (SX-SDxAC) kernel modules and the BlueZ package for the OS.
This document is intended for developers or system integrators who are evaluating or developing Linux BlueZ based applications using the SX-SDCAC wireless module. It provides procedures for setting up a set of selected BlueZ profiles with the wireless module (QCA93767-3).
This application note will outline how to enable and demonstrate a mode called concurrent mode, in which the radio will support two Linux network ports configured separate yet utilizing the same physical hardware.
The purpose of this document is to provide a procedure for placing an SX-SDCAC (QCA9377-3) SDIO wireless module in different Continuous Tx test modes. The procedure will walk through the steps using an i.MX6SX (SoloX) SABRE SDB platform and NXP’s BSP L4.1.15_2.0.1-ga (Linux).
The purpose of this document is to describe the existing debug functions in the SX-SDxAC driver. This document focuses on two debug logging facilities in the SX-SDxAC source - AR_DEBUG_PRINTF() and VOS_TRACE().