Ultra Low Power Wi-Fi Extends Battery Lifetime For Connected IoT Devices
New Company, Innovative Technology
InnoPhase is a fabless semiconductor company specializing in extreme low power wireless solutions. The company has developed the industry’s first digital PolaRFusion radio architecture to shatter the low power barrier of wireless communications. Combining this groundbreaking RF signal processing technology with embedded processing will enable our company to revolutionize the IoT edge-computing industry.
Announcing the New InnoPhase INP1010 & INP1011 Modules!
The new INP1010/1011 products are complete solutions with integrated wireless connectivity plus microcontroller for edge-of-network IoT designs. The modules use InnoPhase’s award-winning Talaria TWO™ Multi-Protocol Platform with Wi-Fi and BLE for wireless data transfer, an embedded Arm Cortex-M3 for system control and user applications plus advanced security elements for device safeguards.
The Talaria TWO’s unique digital polar radio architecture makes the INP1010/1011 modules the world’s lowest power Wi-Fi solution. It also provides BLE connectivity for Wi-Fi provisioning, diagnostics, and other local communication. The integrated solution is ideally suited for battery-based, direct-to-cloud devices such as smart door locks, remote security cameras and connected sensors.
Now engineers can focus on the value-added aspects of their design while being able to take advantage of the ultra-low power wireless connectivity and still meet the demand for ease of integration, simpler designs and faster time to market. Using the module is easy – just connect a single power supply and GPIOs to your peripherals then the system is ready for use.
New IoT designs will experience a tremendous improvement in battery life plus direct-to-cloud connectivity that lowers installation complexity. The modules can operate in stand-alone mode, in conjunction with an external MCU or in a hybrid mode where the system control and processing responsibilities are shared between the module and an external MCU. They have either a printed PCB antenna (INP1010) or U.FL antenna connector (INP1011) and have completed Wi-Fi Alliance, Bluetooth SIG, FCC, and IC (Canada) testing and certification, with CE certification coming in third quarter 2020.