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Azurewave AW-CM276NF Wi-Fi & Bluetooth module

 

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Article updated at 08 Jan 2020
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Introduction

The AW-CM276NF is a Wi-Fi & Bluetooth M.2 LGA Type 1216 module. The device is based on the Marvell 88W8997 chipset and implements the same reference design. For more information about compatible setups please check AW-CM276NF - Azurewave peripheral database.

How to get started

We have a step by step Getting Started Guide for the following modules:

  • Colibri iMX6ULL - Basic Wi-Fi usage
  • Colibri iMX8X - coming soon
  • Apalis iMX8X - coming soon
  • Apalis iMX8 - coming soon

After following the step-by-step guide above, you can visit our article WiFi Support on Toradex’s Linux Images with complementary information.

Certification documents for Azurewave AW-CM276NF Wi-Fi / Bluetooth module

For information about Certification, please refer to Certification documents for Azurewave AW-CM276NF Wi-Fi / Bluetooth module

Wi-Fi certification on Wi-Fi accessories recommended for Toradex modules

For information about RF cables and antennas certification, please refer to Wi-Fi certification on Wi-Fi accessories recommended for Toradex modules

Toradex modules with the AW-CM276NF

System on Module Version
Apalis iMX8 QuadMax 4GB Wi-Fi / Bluetooth IT V1.0A and newer
Apalis iMX8 QuadPlus 2GB Wi-Fi / Bluetooth V1.0A and newer
Apalis iMX8X QuadXPlus 2GB Wi-Fi / Bluetooth IT V1.0A and newer
Verdin iMX8M Mini Quad 2GB Wi-Fi / Bluetooth IT V1.0A and newer
Colibri iMX8X QuadXPlus 2GB Wi-Fi / Bluetooth IT V1.0A and newer
Colibri iMX8X DualX 1GB Wi-Fi / Bluetooth V1.0A and newer
Colibri iMX6ULL 512MB Wi-Fi / Bluetooth IT V1.1A and newer
Colibri iMX6ULL 512MB Wi-Fi / Bluetooth V1.1A and newer

Key features of the AW-CM276NF

  • IEEE 802.11ac/a/b/g/n Wi-Fi
  • Bluetooth 5.0 complaint with Bluetooth 2.1 + Enhanced Data Rate (EDR)
  • x2 MU-MIMO
  • SDIO 3.0, PCIe, USB 3.0/2.0 interfaces support for WLAN
  • USB 3.0/2.0, UART interfaces support for Bluetooth
  • High-speed UART, PCM interfaces
  • Audio Codec interface support
  • Cellular phone co-existence support
  • Sub-meter accuracy WiFi indoor locationing (802.11mc)
  • Multiple power saving modes for low power consumption
  • IEEE 802.11i for advanced security
  • Quality of Service (QoS) support for multimedia applications
  • AP mode (access point) supported, limited by 8 simultaneous connections to the device.