Certification tools from chipset vendors are confidential, which generally cannot be released. Though if needed, you may apply through us or contact the chipset vendors directly.
Moreover if your system does not run on Windows OS but need the system approval, it may require not only the certification tools, but also the accompanying official (licensed) driver from the chipset vendor. For such case, the best way is contact us.
For some modules, we do have the worldwide certifications. To facilitate certification of other modules, we urge you to contact us since it is not as easy as expected.
If you are looking for Windows driver, the best way is to contact us. But if you would like to search directly from the internet, Softpedia (https://www.softpedia.com/) would be nice download point. However, Enli is not responsible for any consequence caused by drivers obtained elsewhere. More questions, please contact us.
Enli’s core is software supporting capability. If you are facing driver porting issue, please specify your application, OS, platform info, full debug message and system log. In addition, describe in detail the difficulty you encounter so we can assist you.
Not all the chipset vendors provide Windows driver. Most high end application modules, mainly for Access Point application, only provide Linux driver. However, if you still want Windows driver, please contact us.
During the driver porting process, one of the more common problems is not finding the correct firmware to load on the module. In such case, you can either contact us or check the link below if it be QUALCOMM solutions.
However, if you are unsure on what went wrong during your porting process, please send us the system log and debug message so we can assist you.
Detailed product datasheet contains some confidential information, please contact our sales representative.
In general, RF modules can be divided into two major applications: Access Point mode and Client mode. Most RF modules can support both modes, but capability to support connecting users at Access Point mode differs greatly. Entry level RF modules usually can allow 8~10 concurrent users and 1 SSID at Access Point mode, but high-end modules can support up to 4x concurrent users and more than 8 SSIDs.
The example above is just a very brief introduction to their differences, but many other factors/conditions influence the connection capability of RF models. The best way is to contact us so we can discuss your needs, and avoid any incorrect action.