Support open-source 802.11 stack on Zephyr OS
When devices are deployed on the client's premises with existing WiFi infrastructure for third-party (or guest) network clients, this connectivity method is prefered over cellular connectivity due to its general robustness and lower connectivity cost.
These devices will be chosen based on a reference hardware support selection.
Connectivity: Add open-source 802.11 support in Oniro Project on Zephyr-based images. On most RTOSes this is implemented as a shim to the networking stack from firmware since 802.11 on resource-constrained devices is implemented as an HW-offload.
Examples include ESP32, TI SimpleLink CC32xx
Verify that all included kernels/OS relevant connectivity stacks are compliant with the OS implementation (in corner cases appropriate RFC could be used). This goal can be achieved using the relevant test toolkit that comes with the relevant OS and/or internal tests using an appropriate packets generator.