The Broadcom BCM943364WCD1 module is mounted on a full-featured USB-based evaluation and
development board that is fully compatible with the WICED Wi-Fi Software Development Kit (SDK). Designed to be a lower cost alternative to the popular BCM43362, the onboard SIP module leverages the BCM43364 2.4 GHz WLAN IEEE 802.11b/g/n MAC/baseband/radio. In addition, the module integrates a power amplifier (PA) that meets the output power requirements of most handheld systems, a low-noise amplifier (LNA) for best-in-class receiver sensitivity, and an internal transmit/ receive (iTR) RF switch, further reducing the overall solution cost and printed circuit board area. Powered by the STM32F411 32-bit ARM microcontroller, the board is also provisioned to support the authentication chip utilized by Apple’s HomeKit offering.
The Thingworx C-SDK distribution may be installed on the device, and this guide will follow the procedure for doing so. This guide will also follow a Reference Implementation procedure for connecting the device to a remote ThingWorx server with a simulated “steam sensor” demo