The Wi-SUN stack API is the primary Application Programming Interface (API) for applications running on Silicon Labs EFR32 Wireless Gecko SoCs to interact with the Silicon Labs Wi-SUN FAN wireless stack. It allows the application to manage the connection to a Wi-SUN FAN network as well as to communicate with other devices in the network using a socket-based communication interface.
See the Wi-SUN Stack API for more details.
Wi-SUN stack plugin components are software modules tightly linked to the stack that provide means to customize it: debug, manufacturing or Wi-SUN specific optional features. They can have significant impact on key capabilities and footprint.
RF Test provides low-level APIs to produce an RF tone or a modulated packet and calibrate the radio.
Stack Trace and Debug provides extended trace capabilities to the stack and stack plugin components.
The following software components are provided to help and accelerate Wi-SUN application developments by offering common functionalities. They can easily be added to an existing Wi-SUN application through Simplicity Studio graphical interface. The components are shared in source code in the Gecko SDK.
Application Core provides a set of high-level helper APIs designed to ease the application development.
Util Functions provides utility functions.
POSIX-compliant Socket provides a POSIX-compliant socket implementation on top of the stack socket API.
CoAP provides a CoAP (Constrained Application Protocol) implementation running on top of the Wi-SUN stack.
Ping provides a ping implementation based on the ICMPv6 protocol.
iPerf provides an iPerf2 implementation to test the throughput over UDP.
Over-The-Air Device Firmware Upgrade (Alpha) provides an Over-The-Air Device Firmware Upgrade solution for Wi-SUN devices.
Silicon Labs Wi-SUN solution follows the Semantic Versioning guidelines for release cycle transparency and to maintain backward compatibility.