WLAN/Wi-Fi access point

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WLAN/Wi-Fi access point

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Our integrated circuits and reference designs help you create wireless access points that enable high-speed wireless local area network (WLAN) connections for the newest and fastest Wi-Fi® standards while maintaining power efficiency. Browse the interactive diagram below to design wireless access points with our most advanced microcontroller, interface and power delivery technologies.

Design requirements

Modern WLAN/Wi-Fi access point designs often require:

  • A radio frequency (RF) transceiver with integrated microcontroller for 802.11 standard compliance.
  • Gigabit Ethernet link for high-speed network connections.
  • Efficient, low-standby Power over Ethernet (PoE) delivery.

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Type Title Date
Application note Programming Fun Lights With TI's TCA6507 30 Nov 2007
Analog Design Journal System telemetry: What, why and how? 30 Apr 2014
Application note SimpleLink WLAN Access Point (Rev. A) PDF | HTML 27 Apr 2020
White paper Navigating your way through the RFID jungle 14 Mar 2014
Technical article 3 tips for reducing wireless network interference in access point equipment PDF | HTML 13 Jun 2023
Application brief Integrating the Current Sensing Signal Path (Rev. B) PDF | HTML 08 May 2022
White paper Wireless connectivity for the Internet of Things (IoT) with MSP430 MCUs 08 Apr 2014
Application note CC430 RF Examples (Rev. C) 07 Sep 2012
Application brief Integrating the Current Sensing Resistor (Rev. D) PDF | HTML 07 Apr 2023
Application note AN058 -- Antenna Selection Guide (Rev. B) 06 Oct 2010
Technical article Delivering a smooth transition from AC to PoE power PDF | HTML 05 Sep 2023
Application note Choosing the Correct I2C Device for New Designs PDF | HTML 03 Jul 2018

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