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jonath_4952751
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We are currently working in a home automation start-up and is using Wi-Fi for communication. It would be highly beneficial if you could provide the details of 2.4 GHz transceivers and WiFi SoCs, having a minimum of 30 GPIOs.

Also, about the microcontroller that support the features of MATTER.

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raks_99
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Hi,

The 2.4Ghz transceiver(Bluetooth/WiFi/Combo of both) radios can be used with a host processor of your choice. We have support drivers for RTOS-based systems as well as Linux-based systems(Android and Linux OS). An example would be to use CYW4343W with our PSoC6 MCU over the SDIO interface and RTOS drivers.

You can learn more in the products tab :https://www.cypress.com/products/airoc-wi-fi-combos
Or you can try out the product selector here : https://www.cypress.com/search/psg/121332#/?_facetShow=ss_pmimo_siso,ss_pwi_fi_band,ss_pwireless_tec...

An example for WiFi + MCU option is our CYW43907 option, which has integrated WiFi in a single chip.

This has 17 other GPIOs.

Datasheet : https://www.cypress.com/file/298236/download

Other options for 2.4Ghz include CYBLE series bluetooth modules https://www.cypress.com/file/151441/download

Our PSoC MCU products :https://www.cypress.com/file/151476/download

Most of the products in the above link have >30 GPIOs. You would have to interface it with our WiFi chips separately.

Thanks,

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raks_99
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Hi,

The 2.4Ghz transceiver(Bluetooth/WiFi/Combo of both) radios can be used with a host processor of your choice. We have support drivers for RTOS-based systems as well as Linux-based systems(Android and Linux OS). An example would be to use CYW4343W with our PSoC6 MCU over the SDIO interface and RTOS drivers.

You can learn more in the products tab :https://www.cypress.com/products/airoc-wi-fi-combos
Or you can try out the product selector here : https://www.cypress.com/search/psg/121332#/?_facetShow=ss_pmimo_siso,ss_pwi_fi_band,ss_pwireless_tec...

An example for WiFi + MCU option is our CYW43907 option, which has integrated WiFi in a single chip.

This has 17 other GPIOs.

Datasheet : https://www.cypress.com/file/298236/download

Other options for 2.4Ghz include CYBLE series bluetooth modules https://www.cypress.com/file/151441/download

Our PSoC MCU products :https://www.cypress.com/file/151476/download

Most of the products in the above link have >30 GPIOs. You would have to interface it with our WiFi chips separately.

Thanks,

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raks_99
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Hi Jonath,

Let me know if you have any more queries

Thanks,

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