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By denial
#54309
The chip on those WhizNets modules appears to be from CSR.
Maybe it's cheaper to license their driver.
By stevech
#54336
denial wrote:The chip on those WhizNets modules appears to be from CSR.
Maybe it's cheaper to license their driver.
WizNet's 810/811MJ modules use what they say is their own 5xxx chip.

I've written my own RTOS-interrupt driven drivers and client code for DHCP client, HTTP server, email client, NTP client, and so on, for the 810MJ with SPI.
By free
#54338
No it's WhizNet not Wiznet.
By strangerover2002
#69091
Hi seulate
Im having similar problems getting the wifi card to work over sdio.
Im trying to user the wi2wi card, again without documentation

Do you have the init sequence working. Im still stuck at that point.
If so I may swap to the same card as you, if the source code is available?

Cheers Chris
By seulater
#69101
I am no longer working on this.
By strangerover2002
#69165
Hi Seulate

Im sorry to hear you are no longer working on this.

Could I get a copy of your source code and the manual from the manufacturer.
So that I can continue wiith it. I don't mind if it is not complete.

Thanks in hope
Chris
By LustInBlack
#116415
Guys, I've been looking and waiting for this, but here are the open source drivers for the Spectec SDW SDIO Wifi cards !

http://www.laptop-driver.net/spectec-sd ... d-drivers/

It's up there since 2009, I didn't see it posted on avrfreaks..

In any case, if this is old news, could someone point me to the implementation for an ATMEGA before I begin the project?!

Thanks!


*Edit: Take note of the download description : NOT suitable for FCC ID: S2Y-WLAN-11B-G

Mine is S2Y-SDIOWLAN-11B, so hopefully it's the driver I've been looking for.