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WICED® Wi-Fi™ 101 Video Tutorial Series

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This new video series, featuring our very own IoT expert, Alan Hawse, will take you through the fundamentals of our WICED® IDE. In this series you'll work with the CYW943907AEVAL1F kit and use WICED Studio to complete the projects. Exercises in this course include surveying the WICED ecosystem, using the MCU peripherals and WICED RTOS, exploring the WICED library, connecting to Wi-Fi, TCP/IP socket based communication, and communicating with the Cloud. A detailed overview of each chapter is shown here. What are you waiting for? Get to problem solving!


Training Series

Welcome to Chapter 1, here you’ll learn the basics of our WICED IDE from our IoT expert – that’s why we’re calling this series WICED Wi-Fi 101.
By the end of Chapter 2, you'll know the basic ins and outs of our WICED IDE. In this Chapter, we're diving into the technology hands-on. 
In Chapter 3 you'll learn about the Real Time Operating System (RTOS) that WICED is built on. The RTOS exercises in this chapter will help you simplify even the most complex IoT systems.
In Chapter 4 of the WICED Wi-Fi 101 series, you'll learn all about the WICED libraries available.
What’s a connected device without Wi-Fi? In Chapter 5, you’ll learn the basics of Wi-Fi and how to connect to it using our WICED IDE.
Chapter 6 is all about networking! Alan Hawse walks you through networking basics, sockets, security, and more. 
In Chapter 7 you'll learn all about getting connected to the Cloud using the most popular IoT protocols from inside WICED.
Chapter 8 helps you test out your newly acquired WICED IoT knowledge by putting it all together to create a fully functional AWS IoT device

CYW943907AEVAL1F Projects

The Cypress CYW943907AEVAL1F Evaluation kit enables you to evaluate and develop Wi-Fi applications using the dual band CYW43907 with onboard 320-MHz ARM Cortex-R4 MCU.


The PSoC AFE Shield is an Arduino Uno R3 compatible companion board that can be used to add analog capability and sensors as well as a user interface to an Arduino Uno R3 compatible baseboard (not included with this kit).