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We are trying to integrate a BCM43362 (in a Murata SN8000 module) into an existing design. This is a mature product with an existing RTOS and TCP/IP stack. We just want to add WiFi capability to the product. We'd like to use the WICED stack since it would be crazy for us to develop our own 802.11 protocol stack. At the lowest level, we need to modify the WICED stack to use our processor's SPI interface. At the highest level, we need to route network traffic to/from our TCP/IP stack through the WICED 802.11 stack. Is there a roadmap for such a development path?
The WICED software stack diagram makes it look like this is possible - connect our SPI driver to the platform HAL and incorporate the WWD layer into our design. However, looking at a diagram and pulling in source code modules are two different things. Has anyone done this? Any advice would be appreciated.