60 Series SOM with WiFi 802.11ac and Bluetooth 5.1

Recommended for New Design (RND)

Overview

Our Most Secure Wireless Sub-System EVER

Ezurio's (formerly Laird Connectivity) 60 Series SOM brings all of Ezurio's industry competence and capabilities into one solution. The SOM provides:

  • Superior enterprise-class Wi-Fi performance
  • Onboard cryptographic engine
  • Chain of Trust Architecture with layers of security to mitigate attacks.
  • CVE checking and penetration testing
  • Reduced time-to-market
  • Fully featured development kit for designing with the full suite before integrating with your device.

The 60 SOM is the ideal system on module for devices that require superior connectivity. Combining the Sterling 60 series module and Summit Software Stack, the SOM provides superior wireless connectivity in harsh RF environments. It also supports dual-Ethernet and CAN bus for wired connectivity. The 30mm x 30mm form factor and variety of interfaces allow the 60 Series SOM to be used as a wireless bridge, main processing unit, or IoT gateway.

Supports the latest WPA3-Personal, WPA3-Enterprise, and WPA3-Enterprise SuiteB 192-bit security standards.

Ezurio is an NXP Gold Partner

Ezurio is honored to be approved as an NXP Gold Partner! We look forward to working with the NXP team to deliver the solutions our customers need in an ever changing wireless future. Please follow the link for more information.

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  • A hand-in-hand partnership approach.
  • Design your board your way.
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  • Industry leading hardware and software.

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Specifications

Chipset (MPU)
1x Cortex®-A5 Applications Processor @ 536 MHz
Wireless Specification
Wi-Fi 5 (802.11ac)
Bluetooth 5.1
Chipset (Wireless)
NXP 88W8997
Dimensions
30 x 30 x 2.8 mm
Antenna Options
2x U.FL Connector
BLE Dual or Single
Dual
Compliance
FCC, ISED, EU, UKCA, MIC, KC
Encryption
WEP (RC4), TKIP (RC4), AES (Rijndael), Encryption Key Provisioning, Static, PSK
Logical Interfaces
Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, Dual-Ethernet, CAN bus, USB, UART, SPI, SD, I2C, GPIO
Memory
1 Gb LPDDR1 RAM and 2 Gb NAND Flash/2 Gb LPDDR1 RAM and 4 Gb NAND flash
Operating Systems Supported
Summit Linux
Operating Temp (Max) (°C)
85 °C
Operating Temp (Min) (°C)
-30 °C
Security
WEP, WPA, WPA2-Personal, WPA2-Enterprise, WPA3-Personal, WPA3-Enterprise, and WPA3-Enterprise SuiteB 192-bit
Spatial Streams
MU-MIMO
Weight
5 g (.0011 lbs)
Part NumberAntenna TypeChipset (Wireless)DescriptionFrequency Range (Max)Frequency Range (Min)Frequency Range 2 (Max)Frequency Range 2 (Min)Logical InterfacesOS/SoftwareProduct TypeSystem ArchitectureTechnology
60 SoM Render - Upright Front
453-00137
Recommended for New Design (RND)
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External NXP 88W8997 60 Series SOM using 1 Gb LPDDR2 RAM and 2 Gb NAND flash 2495 MHz2400 MHz5825 MHz5150 MHzEthernet, Serial, USB, Micro SD, CAN, I2C Laird Linux Embedded Module, SOM Hostless 802.11abgn, 802.11ac, Bluetooth 5.1, Dual Mode (Classic + BLE)
60 SoM Render - Upright Front
453-00138
Recommended for New Design (RND)
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External NXP 88W8997 60 Series SOM using 2 Gb LPDDR2 RAM and 4 Gb NAND flash 2495 MHz2400 MHz5825 MHz5150 MHzEthernet, Serial, USB, Micro SD, CAN, I2C Laird Linux Embedded Module, SOM Hostless 802.11abgn, 802.11ac, Bluetooth 5.1, Dual Mode (Classic + BLE)
60 SOM LCD
455-00004
Recommended for New Design (RND)
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External NXP 88W8997 LCD Touchscreen for the 60 Series SOM Development Board (add-on) 2495 MHz2400 MHz5825 MHz5150 MHzEthernet, Serial, USB, Micro SD, CAN, I2C Laird Linux SOM, Accessory Hostless 802.11abgn, 802.11ac, Bluetooth 5.1, Dual Mode (Classic + BLE)
60 SoM Render - Upright Front
453-00003
End of Life (EOL)
Buy Now
External NXP 88W8997 60 Series SOM using 1 Gb LPDDR1 RAM and 2 Gb NAND flash 2495 MHz2400 MHz5825 MHz5150 MHzEthernet, Serial, USB, Micro SD, CAN, I2C Laird Linux Embedded Module, SOM Hostless 802.11abgn, 802.11ac, Bluetooth 5.1, Dual Mode (Classic + BLE)
60 SoM Render - Upright Front
453-00004
End of Life (EOL)
Buy Now
External NXP 88W8997 60 Series SOM using 2 Gb LPDDR1 RAM and 4 Gb NAND flash 2495 MHz2400 MHz5825 MHz5150 MHzEthernet, Serial, USB, Micro SD, CAN, I2C Laird Linux Embedded Module, SOM Hostless 802.11abgn, 802.11ac, Bluetooth 5.1, Dual Mode (Classic + BLE)

Development Kits

  • 453-00137-K1

    453-00137-K1

    Recommended for New Design (RND)
    Antenna Type
    External
    Description
    Development Board for 60 Series SOM - 1GB LPDDR2 RAM / 2GB NAND Flash
    Logical Interfaces
    Ethernet, Serial, USB, Micro SD, CAN, I2C
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  • 453-00138-K1

    453-00138-K1

    Recommended for New Design (RND)
    Antenna Type
    External
    Description
    Development Board for 60 Series SOM - 2GB LPDDR2 RAM / 4GB NAND Flash
    Logical Interfaces
    Ethernet, Serial, USB, Micro SD, CAN, I2C
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  • 455-00003

    455-00003

    End of Life (EOL)
    Antenna Type
    External
    Description
    Development Board for 60 Series SOM - 1GB RAM / 2GB Flash
    Logical Interfaces
    Ethernet, Serial, USB, Micro SD, CAN, I2C
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  • 455-00039

    455-00039

    End of Life (EOL)
    Antenna Type
    External
    Description
    Development Board for 60 Series SOM - 2GB RAM / 4GB Flash
    Logical Interfaces
    Ethernet, Serial, USB, Micro SD, CAN, I2C
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Documentation

Name Part Type Last Updated
Product Brief - 60 Series SOM All Product Brief 04/25/2023
Datasheet - 60 Series SOM All Datasheet 10/19/2023
Online Guide - 60 Series SOM All Documentation 06/04/2019
Application Note - Guidelines for Replacing Antennas v1.0 All Application Note 01/17/2019
AS/NZS Certifications SU60 SOMC All Certification 10/06/2020
EU Certifications - SU60-SOMC All Certification 12/01/2022
FCC Certifications SU60 SOMC All Certification 10/28/2020
ISED (Canada) Certifications SU60 SOMC All Certification 10/06/2020
Japan Certifications SU60 SOMC All Certification 02/25/2019
Korea Certifications SU60 SOMC All Certification 04/02/2024
RoHS 3 Compliance - Wi-Fi Products All Certification 01/11/2024
Regulatory Information - 60-SOM All Certification 04/28/2022
3D Model - 60 Series SOM All Technical Drawings 02/19/2021
Release Packages - 60 Series SOM All Software 03/09/2021
ISED ICES-003 Issue 7 Declaration of Compliance All Certification 05/18/2021
Schematic - DVK-SU60-SOMC All Technical Drawings 06/03/2021
Schematic - DVK-SU60-SOMC with LCD All Technical Drawings 06/03/2021
SU60-SOMC PCB footprint (DXF and Altium format) All Technical Drawings 12/23/2021
SU60-SOMC SCH symbol (Altium format) All Technical Drawings 12/23/2021
PCN 10E-2021 - SOM60 All Documentation 11/30/2021
EOL Notice - 60 Series SOM - 453-00003 All Documentation 01/30/2023
PCN 8B-2023 - 45, 50, and 60 Series SOMS All Documentation 08/25/2023
EOL Notice - Select 60 Series SOM Part Numbers - 453-00004 - Nov 2023 All Documentation 11/21/2023

Certified Antennas

  • CAF94505

    CAF94505

    Nanoblade Series Internal Antenna
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  • MAF95310

    MAF95310

    Mini NanoBlade Flex / Flex 6E Series Internal Antenna
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  • 001-0016

    001-0016

    FlexPIFA / FlexPIFA 6E Flexible Adhesive-Backed PIFA Internal Antennas
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  • EFD2455A3S-10MHF1

    EFD2455A3S-10MHF1

    FlexMIMO / FlexMIMO 6E MIMO Internal Antenna
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FAQ

Is 60 series able to support ACS in AP mode? If yes, how to enable it?

Yes, 60 series is able to support ACS in AP mode.

To enable ACS mode, with summit supplicant, need to set "acs= 1" under network setting segment and it will scan first then choose the best channel to run as AP mode.

Here is an example of wpa_supplicant.conf with ACS enable,

# cat /etc/wpa_supplicant_ap.conf

ctrl_interface=/var/run/wpa_supplicant_1

network={

    ssid="miles-hotspot"

    mode=2

    frequency=2412

    acs=1

    psk="miles123"

    proto=RSN

    key_mgmt=WPA-PSK

}

I am planning on using kernel 6.1 (mickledore), is there anything I need to be aware of?

There was a change in kernel 5.19 and higher, lrd-11 is built against the kernel 6.1 kernel backports), where there is a requirement to add cfg80211 to your image as a module (m) in the base platform kernel configuration. It must not be left out and must not be included as built-in (y). Networking support->Wireless->cfg80211 - wireless configuration API

Do I need to do anything differently in lrd-11 release?

Do I need to do anything differently in lrd-11 release?

There was a change in kernel 5.19 and higher, lrd-11 is built against the kernel 6.1 kernel backports), where there is a requirement to add cfg80211 to your image as a module (m) in the base platform kernel configuration. It must not be left out and must not be included as built-in (y).

  • Networking support->Wireless->cfg80211 - wireless configuration API

Why I am seeing an error while trying to build lrd-11 in Yocto?

I am seeing an error: error: 'struct net_device' has no member named 'ieee80211_ptr' while trying to build the lrd-11.0 release in Yocto.

This is due to a change in kernel 5.19 and higher, (lrd-11.0 is built against 6.1 kernel backports), where there is a requirement to add cfg80211 to your image.

To accomplish this:

  1. Edit your kernel configuration by entering bitbake -c menuconfig virtual/kernel
  2. Edit Networking support/Wireless and set cfg80211 to "M" for module
  3. Save your changes.
  4. Run your build again.

How can I bring up a softAP on the IG60/SOM60 automatically while simultaneously being connected as a station to a router?

It is possible to bring up an AP on the IG60/SOM60 with network manager. If the connection is marked as "autoconnect" it will come up even after reboot. Property: connection.autoconnect: yes


However in so called APSTA mode (simultaneous station / AP operation) each connection (station and AP) need to have their own interface.


The standard interface is wlan0. For the AP it is necessary to define a secon interface, for example ap0:

iw phy0 interface add ap0 type __ap


This setting however is not persistent, hence it needs to be definded upon every reboot of the IG60/SOM60.


This could be achieved by adding above line to a script in /etc/profile.d. For example:

cat /etc/profile.d/add_ap0.sh

iw phy0 interface add ap0 type __ap


With this script being present the interface ap0 will be avaiable after each reboot.


What are the difference between AWM-lite and AWM (Adaptive World Mode) ?

AWM, if active, sets the regulatory domain and country of the 60 radio to the current location with the help of beacons it recieves from surrounding access points.

While it is mandatory to be FCC compliant, the routine to determine the location must run every 30min. This is a draw-back for softAPs created on the 60-radio as connections will be interupted every 30min. Some clients may take this less grazefully than others.

Running the AWM routine regularily is not mandatory for the other regulatory domains the 60-series is certified for, though. For those it is enough that the loaction is determined upon the first run of the routine and it as not to be repeated after that. That is what AWM-lite does.

So, for radios only deployed in regulatory domains ISED, ETSI, MIC, KC AWM-lite can be used, which also enables the seamless use of the 60-radio as softAP in conjunction with AWM(-lite).

It is also good practice to consult "app_note_60_summit_awm" which is located in the documents archive of a 60-radio software release.

How to set MAC addresses of ETH Phys on 60-SOM and IG60 from release 10.140.0.12 onward?

From release 10.140.0.12 there is an easy way to set the MAC addresse for the two Ethernet phys on the 60-SOM and the IG60.

The command is called "mac". Please see example below:

# mac
Eth0:
Eth1:

# mac --help
usage: write: mac [-f] [xx:xx:xx:xx:xx:xx]
       read: mac

# mac -f 11:22:33:44:55:66
Eth0: 11:22:33:44:55:67
Eth1: 11:22:33:44:55:66

# mac
Eth0: 11:22:33:44:55:67
Eth1: 11:22:33:44:55:66

Are the Laird 60-series Wifi modules certified for all the countries outlined in the Radio Release Notes?

The countries listed in the Radio Release Notes (RRN) are those the module can be set to for regulatory testing and operation.

This enables users and their test houses to do regulatory testing for a very large number of countries by just setting the correct country for the correct channel and power settings.

However test reports have only been created for the countries that can be found in the documents under the "Certification" tab of the web landing page for the module.

For the 60-series those are:
USA (FCC), EU, UK (UKCA), Canada (ISED), Japan (MIC), Korea (KC), Australia, New Zealand

Installing and configuring REPO the easy way!

The repo tool is often available to be installed using a package manager. In the case you're facing challenges with this method, or would like to directly add the repo files to your path, the following commands can be used:

sudo wget https://storage.googleapis.com/git-repo-downloads/repo -O /usr/local/bin/repo
sudo chmod a+rx /usr/local/bin/repo

When you run the "repo init" command for the first time you will be asked to configure your name and email. You can also set these values with the following commands:

git config --global user.email "you@example.com"
git config --global user.name "Your Name"
git config --global color.ui true

How to establish SSH connection with 60SOM and IG60 on builds without Network Manager entries for Ethernet?

With newer builds there are no default connections for Ethernet eth0 and eth1 anymore.
That prevents the device from getting an IP address to SSH in at.

In order to be able to establish an SSH connection again, it is possible to log in to the device through the serial debug console and define an Ethernet connection with this simple command:

# nmcli con add type ethernet con-name eth-connection ifname eth1
# nmcli con show
NAME            UUID                                  TYPE      DEVICE
eth-connection  a6183425-8fd1-4e06-9ff5-7a8d0bb5b346  ethernet  eth1

Routers providing IP addresses through DHCP will now issue an IP address to the 60SOM or IG60 again. If no DHCP is available, IP addresses can be added manually:

# nmcli con mod "eth-connection" ipv4.addresses "aaa.bbb.ccc.ddd"

Is there a Ezurio Wifi module that supports 4ADDR mode and layer2 bridging?

Yes, Laird´s 60-radios support 4-addr mode and layer-2 bridging with Lairds specialized SUMMIT Wifi stack.

This functionality requires the use of software version 10.4.0.10 (Gihub) or newer and Lairds Summit Software stack for the 60-series modules: /wireless-modules/wifi-modules-bluetooth/summit-software-stack-60-series

This is supported on all 60-radios including SU60-SIPT, SU60-2230-C, SOM60 and SOM8M+.

You can also reference this tutorial: https://lairdcp.github.io/guides/Sterling-60-Tutorials/1.0/4addr-mode.html

Does ST60 support LE coded?

No, LE coded is not supported in ST60.

What is the Frequency Error benchmark in ST60 ?

Follow IEEE spec as below:

The transmitter center frequency tolerance shall be ± 20 ppm maximum for the 5 GHz band and ± 25 ppm maximum for the 2.4 GHz band. The different transmit chain center frequencies (LO) and each transmit chain symbol clock frequency shall all be derived from the same reference oscillator.

What is the EVM (Error vector magnitude) benchmark in ST60?

Follow IEEE spec as below:

Modulation

Coding rate

Relative constellation error (dB)

BPSK

1/2

-5

QPSK

1/2

-10

QPSK

3/4

-13

16-QAM

1/2

-16

16-QAM

3/4

-19

64-QAM

2/3

-22

64-QAM

3/4

-25

64-QAM

5/6

-27

256-QAM

3/4

-30

256-QAM

5/6

-32

How can I easily write my own Laird Linux image to my blank 60SOM?

The internal memory of the 60SOM (and also the 60SOM DVK of course) can be flashed by the means of the program "fw_update" available in Laird Linux generic image downloadable from Laird.

There is no need to use a tftp server from U-boot.

A prerequisite of course is that the SDcard interface of the 60SOM is brought out and console access is available as is on the 60SOM DVK.

This is the process:

  • Boot with generic 60SOM image from Laird from SDcard
  • Issue “fw_update -m complete <url or path to .swu file>”
  • Remove SDcard
  • Reboot

<url or path to .swu file> can be on a USB stick, a network location, the SDcard itself, etc.

The .swu file will have been generated after succesfully bulding an image for the 60SOM for example in folder:
~/Projects/laird/som60/7.648.0.13/buildroot/output/som60/images

Note: this is just an example. Your full path will very likely be different.

How can I manipulate the power saving settings for Wifi in my Linux environment?

Wifi adapters by default often come up in a power save mode. That is a mode in which the adapter shuts off the network connection in a state of inactivity.

While this is a good way to achieve additional power savings it of course introduces a delay for re-connecting.

To set the mode on or off:

iw wlan0 set power_save on iw wlan0 set power_save off

To query the current setting issue:

iw wlan0 get power_save

Some systems might require "sudo" in front of the commands to be exectuted.

How to determine the reg domain and country code that are currently set in the 60-series module?

When you issue the following command on an embedded Linux system with mounted debugfs and correctly integrated 60-series radio, you, for example get the below information:

# cat /sys/class/ieee80211/phyX/device/lrd/info

Driver name : lrdmwl
Chip type   : 88W8997-SDIO
HW  version : 7
FW  version : 5.5.46.5
DRV version : 9.32.0.13
OTP version : 1
OTP num mac : 3
Radio Type  : SU
MAC address : c0:ee:40:50:2a:70
Region code : 0x10 (0x10)
Country code: 'US' ('US')
TX antenna  : 2
RX antenna  : 2

The country/region code on the left is the current code that is used by the system at that moment, whereas the one in parentheses is what is currently in OTP.

The only time they might not match is when using Advanced World Mode (AWM).

The used region codes are:

0x00: WW (World Wide)
0x10: FCC
0x20: IC
0x30: ETSI
0x31: KCC
0x32: AU
0x40: JP
0x50: CN

"phyX" in above command will have to be replaced with the actual phy your module is known to your system. e.g. phy0, phy1, phy2, phy3,...

One important thing to make sure before sending in your device to Laird for country, regulatory or antenna testing.

When you have an agreement with Laird to send in your device for testing of anything around your radio you need to make sure your radio can be set to all necessary test modes.

In order to do that please contact the Laird FAE already known to you or write to Laird at "support@lairdconnect.com" to get in contact with us.

Your FAE will be able to help you determine if your device is fit for testing.

How best to flash the NAND memory on the 60-som on the 60-som DVK?

After booting the latest standard 60-som image from SDcard you can use "fw_update" to write the swu file to the 60-soms NAND memory.

Usage:

fw_update -m complete <path to swu-file>

<path to swu file> can be to a USB drive, a networl location, a swu-file on the SDcard, etc.

E.g. with a USB Stick mounted at /media and the som60.swu file present on the USB stick top directory:

fw_update -m complete /media/som60.swu

Why are not all my 5GHz channels on my 60-series module "no IR" when having regulatory domain at WW?

When setting the 60 module to WorldWide mode all 5GHz channels are set to "no IR" - no Initiate Radio by default.
However when there are APs present that beacon on the 60s WW channles the "no IR" flag will be removed and does not show anymore when probing the module with "iw phy<X> info".

For example:
                       * 5260 MHz [52] (20.0 dBm) (no IR, radar detection)
versus
                       * 5260 MHz [52] (20.0 dBm) (radar detection)

How often can the OTP that stores the regulatory domain in the 60-series Wifi modules be written to?

Calculations show that the OTP in the 60-series can be written to well more than 100 times.

That is in contradiction with some apps notes that still state a value of 10 times. That luckily is not true. You can savely consider a number 100 times during your development work.

However, as the term OTP (One-Time-Programmable) memory suggests it will fill up one by one with every change of the regualtory domain and will eventually be full. It will then be stuck with the last regualtory doamin that it has been changed to.
So, it is advised to not change the regulatory as part of your design as the OTP will top up eventually.

Can country codes (CC) be used to set regulatory domains with the LMU tool?

The LMU tool offers the possibilty to set the regualtory domain the 60 module is going to be used in at the command line in an OTP memory.

This can be done by selecting the respective regualtory domain (e.g. ETSI, FCC, etc.) as well as by selecting the country code of the desired country (e.g. US, NZ, DK, FR, DE)

A comprehnsive list of available options is shown when exectung the LMU tool by simply typing "lmu" <enter>.

Can there be multiple Access Points created on the same Ezurio radio?

Yes, actually up to three APs with different SSIDs are possible to be created on the very same 60-radio.
The 60-radio is required because it supports up to three MAC addresses.

Each AP will have to be created on the very same channel as there is only one singel radio in the 60 module.

Of course since this must all be on the same channel in the same band heavy constraints with throughput and bandwidth have to be taken in account.

How do I disable the changing of the MAC address after each reboot for the IG60 and 60-SOM DVK running off an SD card with Laird Linux

You need to boot into Linux and after Login log in issue the command

fw_setenv ethaddr <desired MAC address> 

for example:

fw_setenv ethaddr AABBCCDDEEFF

and reboot

You can read out the address previously set with:

fw_printenv ethaddr

How will Laird handle the FRAG attack announced by Wi-Fi Alliance in 2021 May?

Please refer this blog as below. Laird are currently investigating these issues internally and investigating with the chipset vendors and our internal QA team to establish test scenarios to evaluate the impacted devices.

/resources/blog/frag-attack-wi-fi-putting-pieces-back-together

How do I find out which clients are connected to the soft AP I created using my Laird Wifi module with Linux

Once you have created the soft AP on your Linux system and have successfully connected clients to the soft AP you can issue the command

# iw wlan0 station dump

to get a list of connected clients. Note: the interface name (here: wlan0) might be different in your system.

How do I set up an open hotspot using Network Manager?

You can use the Network Manager command line interface to create an open hotspot using this command:

nmcli con add con-name open_hotspot ifname wlan0 type wifi ssid yourSSID mode ap wifi.band bg wifi.channel 6 ipv4.method shared

What is the MCS index for Wi-Fi?

MCS stands for Modulation Coding Scheme and is an industry metric index based on Wi-Fi connection parameters between a client and wireless access point. These parameters include modulation type, coding rate, spatial streams, channel width, and guard interval.

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North America Website
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EMEA Website
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