24 May 2011

Demonstration of WLAN and Bluetooth on the OMAP35x EVM

A demonstration of the OMAP35x evaluation module (EVM): the first platform to include TI's wireless connectivity technology. See what's possible with the WL1271 module based daughter card attached.

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