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SiP touts Bluetooth 3 support up to 24Mbit/s

Posted: 01 Dec 2011 ?? ?Print Version ?Bookmark and Share

Keywords:Bluetooth 3.0? wireless application? embedded?

Wi2Wi Inc. has unveiled a small SiP that features 802.11b/g/n-WiFi and Bluetooth 3.0. The W2CBW0015 is claims to be the first to feature WiFi-Direct certification for low-power embedded wireless applications that deliver high-performance, robust, secure and seamless connectivity for enterprise, industrial, smart meter, smart home and government applications, said the company.

The device includes WiFi-802.11n support up to 150Mbit/s over the air with 40MHz channels, Bluetooth 3.0 support up to 24Mbit/s over the air, WiFi-Direct and Mobile Embedded Hotspot (MEH).

WiFi Direct eliminates the need for a traditional hot spot in many situations, establishing instead a high-performance, direct peer-to-peer network, noted Wi2Wi. It is capable of supporting enterprise and industrial users of handheld devices including real-time content sharing, direct printing from handhelds and distributing video from a handheld to a large screen or monitor. Data transmissions are protected by WPA2-certified security protocols, featuring encryption algorithms considered fully secure, added the company.

Wi2Wi's W2CBW0015 measures 9.5 x 9.5 x 1.3mm and integrates a power amplifier, switch, voltage regulator, EEPROM and crystal. The product supports all major processor families in the enterprise and industrial OEM markets, stated Wi2Wi. The device will also come with the pre-certification for FCC, CE and IC. These substantially minimize the RF-know-how requirements, simplify integration of WiFi and Bluetooth into the OEM customers' products, and reduce time-to-market and development cost, continued the company.

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