Collaboration results in diminutive Wi-Fi HaLow module

Morse Micro, a fabless semiconductor company, has partnered with AzureWave Technologies to design and manufacture two Wi-Fi HaLow modules. One of the modules is just 13×13 mm, among the smallest on the market, while the second module comes in at 14×18.5 mm. Both devices aim to pave the way for broad implementation of Wi-Fi HaLow in IoT environments.

Leveraging FCC-certified reference designs, the two modules are based on Morse Micro’s MM6108, a small, fast, and low-power Wi-Fi HaLow SOC. It includes radio, PHY, and MAC sections designed in accordance with the IEEE 802.11ah standard and supports data rates up to 32.5 Mbps. The chip operates in the sub-GHz license-exempt RF bands to deliver ten times the range of conventional Wi-Fi solutions. The radio in the MM6108 supports programmable operation in these bands, worldwide, between 850 MHz and 95 0MHz.

The Wi-Fi HaLow modules are available for purchase directly from AzureWave. Datasheets for the AzureWave AW-HM581 and AW-HM593 IEEE 802.11ah wireless LAN modules can be viewed here. Morse Micro is currently developing evaluation platforms that incorporate these modules.

AzureWave Technologies

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