Murata Electronics is the world's largest wireless module provider. Murata's WICED based Wi-Fi product portfolio contains wireless modules, development kits, and user friendly software that speeds time to market. The portfolio includes the smallest footprint module for consumer products. Certain modules are full industrial grade containing a highly stable temperature compensated oscillator providing many years of timing stability over the extended temperature range. Wireless regulatory certification, such as FCC/IC/EU, are provided on some modules.
Murata Manufacturing Co., Ltd.
4445 Sigma Rd, Dallas, TX 75244 (Wireless Module Group)
Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org (Wireless Module Business Team)
Linux Solutions: Murata Wi-Fi/Bluetooth for Linux and Android
|Re: bcmdhd crash while rmmod 1 week ago in i.MX 6UltraLite with 1BW||by skerr|
|Re: SN8205 SDIO clock limit 1 month ago in Murata||by brainless|
|Re: Trouble getting Murata Type ZP working on i.MX 6SoloLite EVK 1 week ago in i.MX 6SoloLite with ZP||by stefan.rousseau_1911211|
|Re: Are there muRata SN8000 patches planned for SDK-3.7 ? 3 months ago in Murata||by mifo|
|Murata Platform files available for SDK3.7.0 3 months ago in Murata||by email@example.com|
|Re: snip.scan-SN8000x-ThreadX-NetX-SPI download run ... Failure 4 months ago in Murata||by mifo|
|Re: Failed to connect SN8000 (BCM43362) module with WPA2PSK, WPAPSK network 5 months ago in i.MX 6UltraLite with SN8000||by vens|
|Re: SN8000 concurrent STA + AP mode 6 months ago in i.MX 6UltraLite with SN8000||by vens|
|Re: Get / Set unique BD_ADDR on BCM4339 6 months ago in i.MX 6SoloLite with ZP||by cart|
|See ZentriOS running on the Murata SN8xxx and NXP LPC Microcontroller 10 months ago in Zentri||by ndutton|