- Secure data communications with 64/128-bit WEP
- Wireless Standards: IEEE 802.11 b/g, 2.4GHz RF band mode PA
- Modulation: OFDM,DSSS, CCK, DQPSK, DBPSK, 64 QAM, 16 QAM
- SPI Interface
- Operating range: -10° to 70°C
CompatibilityCompatible with NetBurner Modules:
- How to use
- Development Kit
- Documentation & Downloads
Note: The NBWIFIUG-100CR is no longer being produced. A replacement for the wireless solution is currently in development. For additional details, please read the following product discontinuation notice.
Quickly and easily add wireless network connectivity to your device with a NetBurner Ethernet Module and a NetBurner Wireless Module.
Network-enable new applications
Add wireless capability to existing applications
If your product already has an integrated NetBurner Ethernet Module, just add a NetBurner Wireless Module. Your application software can operate the same as it does over an Ethernet connection, but now you can communicate with standard wireless routers, access points, computers and laptops.
* Operates seamlessly with NetBurner devices and development packages
* Uses 802.11b/g standard
To use the NetBurner wireless module, you will need a NetBurner Wireless Development Kit and a compatible NetBurner Development Kit. For additional information please see the NetBurner Wireless Development Kit webpage.
- IEEE 802.11 b/g
- 2.4GHz RF band mode PA
OFDM, DSSS, CCK, DQPSK, DBPSK, 64 QAM, 16 QAMInterface
DC Input Voltage: DC Input Voltage: 3.3V @ 160mAEnvironmental Operating Temperature
-10° to 70° CRoHS Compliance
The Restriction of Hazardous Substances guidelines ensure that electronics are manufactured with fewer environment harming materials.Compatibility
To use the NBWIFIUG-100CR 802.11b/g module, you will need a compatible module development kit (NNDK- MOD5234-KIT, NNDK-MOD5234LC-KIT, NNDK-MOD5270-KIT, NNDK-MOD5270LC-KIT, NNDK-MOD5272-KIT, or NNDK-MOD5282-KIT).
The development kit must include a MOD-DEV-100 carrier board revision of 1.12 (or later) or a MOD-DEV-70 carrier development board revision 1.6 (or later). If you have a module development kit with a carrier board revision earlier than 1.12 (MOD-DEV-100) or 1.6 (MOD-DEV-70), you will need to purchase a new development kit.
This windows utility enables you to easily share serial port devices over the network (Internet or LAN) with NetBurner devices. When the attached serial port device sends communication data, it is actually transmitted over TCP/IP network and back from the network to your serial device.
Download : Virtual COM Port Driver
IPSetup is a Windows program used to configure NetBurner hardware through a network connection. Running IPSetup will automatically identify your NetBurner device (even if its IP address is 0.0.0.0).
Download : IPSetup
MTTTY (Multi-Threaded TTY) is an easy to use Windows serial communications program.
Download : MTTTY Serial Terminal
AutoUpdate will download a new code image to your NetBurner device. This update can be done from any point that has network access. AutoUpdate can be run as a Windows GUI application or command line.
Download : AutoUpdate
Need to add wireless capability to a NetBurner Ethernet Development kit?
The NetBurner Wireless Development Kit is a hardware and software add-on that enables NetBurner Ethernet Development Kits (purchased separately) to communicate over a wireless network.
With the NetBurner Wireless Development Kit installed, your NetBurner Ethernet Module can have both Ethernet and wireless communication active at the same time. The software programming is minimal; once you add the second network interface, you network and web server communication will be routed automatically.
Already have a NetBurner Development Kit? Make sure you have the the correct carrier board revision.
The NetBurner Development Kit must include a compatible carrier board. If you have a module development kit with a carrier board with revision earlier than 1.12 (MOD-DEV-100) or 1.6 (MOD-DEV-70), you will need to purchase a new NetBurner Development Kit.
Get a Development Kit Now
For DevelopersDOC101 - Getting Started Guide: NetBurner's Eclipse IDE (NBEclipse)
DOC150 - Network Programming Guide: NBWIFIUG Platform
DOC155 - Network Programming Examples
DOC180 - Runtime Libraries
DOC190 - Network Security Libraries
DOC200 - uCOS Library
DOC300 - NNDK Installation Notes
DOC310 - Serial Download of Application File Using a Serial Terminal Application
DOC400 - Reference Guide: NetBurner PC Tools
DOC500 - Custom Baud Rates
DOC540 - Debugging Network Communications
DOC800 - Writing Assembly Code for the NetBurner Coldfire Platform
DOC850 - Comparing RTOS to Infinite Loop Designs