RS9110-N-11-28-04-EVB

Manufacturer Part NumberRS9110-N-11-28-04-EVB
DescriptionWiFi / 802.11 Development Tools RS9110-N-11-28-04 Evaluation Board
ManufacturerRedpine Signals
RS9110-N-11-28-04-EVB datasheet
 


Specifications of RS9110-N-11-28-04-EVB

RohsyesProductEvaluation Boards
Tool Is For Evaluation OfRS9110-N-11-28-04Protocol Supported802.11 a/b/g
Frequency2.4 GHz, 5 GHzInterface TypeIDC-10, RS-232, SPI, UART, USB
Operating Supply Voltage5 VAntenna Connector TypeChip
Maximum Operating Temperature+ 85 CMinimum Operating Temperature- 40 C
Modulation TechniqueCCK, DSSS, OFDM  
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RS-9110-N-11-28 Self Contained
802.11 a/b/g/n Module with
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Redpine Signals, Inc.
2107 N. First Street, #680
San Jose, CA 95131.
Tel: (408) 748-3385
Fax: (408) 705-2019
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RS9110-N-11-28-04-EVB Summary of contents

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    ... Module with Networking Stack Redpine Signals, Inc. 2107 N. First Street, #680 San Jose, CA 95131. Tel: (408) 748-3385 Fax: (408) 705-2019 Email: info@redpinesignals.com Website: www.redpinesignals.com Redpine Signals, Inc ...

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    ... WLAN protocol and configuration functionality, networking stack in embedded firmware to make a dual band 802.11n WLAN solution for a variety of applications wireless serial modem, the RS9110-N- 11-28 originates and terminates TCP and UDP connections, enabling a variety of M2M applications at low cost and small footprint. ...

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    ... Reset Sequence and Timing ........................................................ 19 5: Performance Specifications ................................................ 20 5.1: Wireless Specifications .......................................................... 20 5.2: Receive Characteristics .......................................................... 20 5.2.1: Sensitivity................................................................................... 20 5.3: Throughput ............................................................................ 21 5.4: Standards Compliance ........................................................... 21 6: Software Architecture ........................................................ 22 6.1: Host ....................................................................................... 23 6.1.1: UART .......................................................................................... 23 6.1.2: SPI ............................................................................................. 23 6.1.3: Thin SPI Driver ........................................................................... 23 6.2: RS9110-N-11-28 .................................................................... 23 6.2.1: SPI ............................................................................................. 23 6.2.2: UART .......................................................................................... 23 6.2.3: Host Abstraction Layer (HAL) ..................................................... 23 6.2.4: Wireless Control Block (WCB) ..................................................... 24 Redpine Signals, Inc ...

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    ... TCP/IP Control frames .......................................................... 24 6.2.5: Station Management Entity (SME) .............................................. 24 6.2.6: WPA Supplicant .......................................................................... 24 6.2.7: Power Save Modes ...................................................................... 24 6.2.7.1: Power mode 0 ....................................................................... 24 6.2.7.2: Power mode 1 ....................................................................... 24 6.2.7.3: Power mode 2 ....................................................................... 25 7: Ordering Information ......................................................... 26 8: Command Reference (AT commands and SPI commands Redpine Signals, Inc ...

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    ... Figure 2: Bottom View of the Module ........................................................... 9 Figure 3: Package Dimensions ................................................................... 10 Figure 4: PCB Landing Pattern.................................................................... 11 Figure 5: Reflow Profile .............................................................................. 12 Figure 6: Pinout of the Module ................................................................... 13 Figure 7: Interface Timings – SPI Interface ............................................... 18 Figure 8: Reset Pin Timing Diagram ........................................................... 19 Figure 9: RS9110-N-11-28 Software Architecture Block Diagram .............. 22 Redpine Signals, Inc ...

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    ... Table 1: Absolute Maximum Ratings .......................................................... 17 Table 2: Recommended Operating Conditions ............................................ 17 Table 3: Input/Output DC Characteristics .................................................. 18 Table 4: AC Characteristics – SPI Interface ................................................ 18 Table 5: Wireless Specification ................................................................... 20 Table 6: Receive Sensitivity ........................................................................ 20 Table 7: Device Ordering Information ........................................................ 26 Redpine Signals, Inc ...

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    ... Supports IEEE 802.11n single-stream modes with data rates Mbps  Supports long, short, and HT preamble modes  High-performance multipath compensation in OFDM, DSSS, and CCK modes 1.2.3: RF  Highly integrated 2.4 GHz/5 GHz transceiver with direct conversion architecture Redpine Signals, Inc ...

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    ... Please contact Redpine Signals for addition of network features like HTTP server. 1.4: Configuration The RS9110-N-11-28 module can be configured through UART or SPI. The following are some of the commands that can be given to the module:  Scan  ...

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    ... Package Description 2.1: Top View Figure 1: Top View of the Module 2.2: Bottom View Figure 2: Bottom View of the Module 2.3: Package Dimensions Redpine Signals, Inc ...

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    ... Figure 3: Package Dimensions Module height = 3.5 mm Redpine Signals, Inc ...

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    ... 2.4: PCB Landing Pattern Figure 4: PCB Landing Pattern Redpine Signals, Inc ...

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    ... Baking Instructions The RS9110-N-11-28 package is moisture sensitive and devices must be handled appropriately. After the devices are removed from their vacuum sealed packs, they should be taken through reflow for board assembly within 168 hours at room conditions, or stored at under 10% relative humidity ...

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    ... RS9110-N-11-28 Pin Diagram Figure 6: Pinout of the Module Type Direction Description - Ground LVCMOS Interrupt to the host. Active high, Output 8mA level triggered. Asserted by the module when GND GND ...

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    ... SPI_CS UART_RX 9 UART_TX 10 JPD0 11 JPD2 12 JPD1 13 JNC GND 17 DVDD33 XTAL_EN Redpine Signals, Inc ...

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    ... VINBCKDC 25 RF_OUT2 26 RF_OUT1 27 GND GND 30 GND VOUTBCKDC1P3 33 FBDC1P3 VINLDOP123 39 VRF33 40 VRF33 LED_ON 43 RESET_n Redpine Signals, Inc ...

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    ... GND 46 GND 47 VRF28 48 MODE_SEL_1 SLEEP_CLK_X1 52 GND SPI_MOSI 57 SPI_MISO 58 SPI_CLK Notes:  Please contact Redpine Signals for application notes or for customization of a solution. Redpine Signals, Inc ...

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    ... Input supply voltage Supply voltage for I/O Rail Supply voltage for the RF Ambient temperature Table 2: Recommended Operating Conditions 4.3: DC Characteristics – Digital I/O Signals Parameter Input high voltage Input low voltage Output low voltage Output high voltage Redpine Signals, Inc ...

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    ... SPI CS, setup time SPI_DATAIN (MOSI), setup time SPI_DATAIN (MOSI), hold time Thd SPI_DATAOUT (MISO), clock to output delay Table 4: AC Characteristics – SPI Interface SPI_CLK SPI_CS SPI_MOSI SPI_MISO SPI_CS SPI_MISO Figure 7: Interface Timings – SPI Interface Redpine Signals, Inc ...

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    ... This timing is valid for both UART and SPI based modules. The crystal oscillator output should be stable before releasing reset. A. Power up B. Giving hard reset during module operation 3.3V input supply Reset_n 20msec A Figure 8: Reset Pin Timing Diagram Redpine Signals, Inc ...

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    ... Typical Transmit Power (+/- 2 dBm) ‘a’ Mode Table 5: Wireless Specification 5.2: Receive Characteristics 5.2.1: Sensitivity Data Rate (bg Mode) 1 Mbps 2 Mbps 11 Mbps 6 Mbps 54 Mbps 65 Mbps Data Rate (a Mode) 6 Mbps 54 Mbps 65 Mbps Table 6: Receive Sensitivity Redpine Signals, Inc ...

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    ... SPI The numbers are the actual application throughputs. For physical data rates, please refer to the table 5.4: Standards Compliance RS9110-N-11-28 is compliant with the requirements of IEEE 802.11b, 802.11g, 802.11a, 802.11j, and 802.11n that include the following:  Transmit Spectral Mask  ...

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    ... Station WPA/WPA-2 Figure 9: RS9110-N-11-28 Software Architecture Block Diagram As shown in the figure above, the RS9110-N-11-28 module is integrated with the Host using either UART or SPI interfaces. The transmission and reception of the data to/from the Host depends on the interface used to connect the module as briefed below. ...

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    ... The following sections describe the software components of the RS9110-N-11-28 module in brief. 6.2.1: SPI The SPI on the RS9110-N-11-28 acts the SPI slave standard 4-wire SPI and can support a maximum frequency of 25MHz. 6.2.2: UART The UART on the RS9110-N-11-28 module is the physical interface which transmits/receives the data from the Host ...

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    ... Power mode 1 The RS9110-N-11-2X module powers off the Baseband, RF and also the Core Control block in this mode. To power off the Core Control block, the RS9110- N-11-2X module sends request to Host for permission to sleep. Once the permission is received the Core Control block is powered off. The Host has to wait for the module to wakeup based on the timer that is configured by the Host, before it can transmit any packets ...

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    ... Host, the module goes to sleep and wakes up before the next beacon comes. 6.2.7.3: Power mode 2 The RS9110-N-11-2X module powers off the Baseband and RF components in this mode. The Core Control block interacting with the Host is always functional in this mode. Hence, the module can receive commands from the host at any time ...

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    ... RS9110-N-11-28-04 RS9110-N-11-28-04- EVB Table 7: Device Ordering Information Collateral: The following documentation and software are available along with the RS9110-N-11-28 module.  Embedded firmware for WLAN and TCP/IP stack  AT Command Interface and SPI driver software  Reference schematics and layout guidelines – Describes hardware schematics to operate the module in UART and SPI modes.  ...

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    ... Command Reference (AT commands and SPI commands) AT Command Set (for UART interface) and SPI command set (for SPI interface) supports the following in RS9110-N-11-XX module. This is an indicative list and not a full list. Full list of commands available in Programming Reference Manual. i. Configure the band to 2.4GHz or 5 Ghz ii ...