InnoPhase released the INP1010 and INP1011 Talaria TWO™ modules. The solutions host wireless connectivity and an integrated microcontroller for edge of network IoT designs.
According to the company, the Talria TWO is the world’s lowest power Wi-Fi solution because of its digital polar radio architecture.
The recipience of the CES 2020 Innovation Award, Talaria TWO is incorporated with the INP1010 and INP1011 modules.
Some features per a company press release include Wi-Fi and BLE for wireless data, an embedded Arm Cortex-M3 for system control and user applications, and advanced security elements for device safeguards. Furthermore, they can operate in stand-alone mode in combination with the external MCU, or in a hybrid mode. This allows for system control and processing to be shared between the module and the MCU.
The modules also come equipped with clocks, passives, and antennas, in addition to being certified with the Wi-Fi Alliance, Bluetooth SIG, FCC, IC (Canada) and awaiting CE approval.
For more information, visit innophaseinc.com/talaria-two-modules.
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