Wifi support

Hi,

I am using an STM32F437 microcontroller with MDK-ARM V5 and Keil’s middleware libraries. I notice that Keil have recently added a Wifi interface to their Network Component for Wifi modules that support "transparent mode" (aka Bypass mode?).  My understanding is that this allows the Keil TCP/IP stack to be used for Ethernet and Wifi, and therefore does not use the TCP/IP stack in the Wifi module.

Can anyone recommend a Wifi module that they have successfully used with the interface? Also does anyone know of any example code that shows how this interface is used, from API through to sending the various SPI commands to the module ?

Thanks

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  • As already mentioned in the thread that Andy referenced:
    Qualcomm QCA400x WiFi module supports transparent mode and a CMSIS WiFi driver is available in the pack MDK-Pack::QCA400x_WiFi_Driver. 
    MDK-Network stack was tested with this WiFi module.
    Network User API is quite simple and only handles the WiFi management.
    www.keil.com/.../group__wifi__user__api.html
    The actual commands sent to the WiFi module over SPI are handled by the WiFi driver. User only needs to have a CMSIS SPI driver in the system.
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  • As already mentioned in the thread that Andy referenced:
    Qualcomm QCA400x WiFi module supports transparent mode and a CMSIS WiFi driver is available in the pack MDK-Pack::QCA400x_WiFi_Driver. 
    MDK-Network stack was tested with this WiFi module.
    Network User API is quite simple and only handles the WiFi management.
    www.keil.com/.../group__wifi__user__api.html
    The actual commands sent to the WiFi module over SPI are handled by the WiFi driver. User only needs to have a CMSIS SPI driver in the system.
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