Telecoms, Datacoms, Wireless, IoT


Wi-Fi and Bluetooth module

29 May 2019 Telecoms, Datacoms, Wireless, IoT

Murata Manufacturing has collaborated with Cypress Semiconductor to develop the Type 1LV (CYW43012) low-power, small form factor Wi-Fi and Bluetooth module. This product is designed to improve battery life in wearables, smart home products and portable audio applications.

Compared to the Type 1DX (CYW4343W), power usage in the Type 1LV is approximately 54% lower in DTIM 1, 60% in DTIM 3, up to 50% for 2,4 GHz Rx, and 28% for 2,4 GHz Tx.

Based on the Cypress CYW43012 combo chipset, the dual-band Wi-Fi 11a/b/g/n/(11ac friendly) + Bluetooth 5.0 module provides data transfer rates up to 78 Mbps on Wi-Fi and 3 Mbps on Bluetooth. It supports a broad range of popular processors including PSoC6, i.MX RT, STM32, i.MX, and IP camera platforms, as well as Linux and RTOS based applications.

The Type 1LV uses sophisticated hardware mechanisms and algorithms to ensure that Wi-Fi and Bluetooth coexistence is optimised for maximum performance. An embedded Ipv6 network stack can be used to keep the host processor in sleep mode while maintaining network connections. The module also supports BLE 2 Mbps, LE secure connections, LE privacy 1.2, and LE data packet length extension.

The device measures 10,0 mm (L) x 7,2 mm (W) x 1,4 mm (H), and is available with a reference antenna design for FCC/IC certifications and CE conducted test to provide a lower development cost and faster time to market.

For more information contact Quatraine Domoney, Avnet South Africa, +27 11 319 8600, quatraine.domoney@avnet.eu, www.avnet.co.za



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