AltoBeam Hi-Speed Wi-Fi Cloud Connectivity Solution

RA Partner Ecosystem Solutions

Description

AltoBeam is a Wi-Fi chip & module vendor. The Wi-Fi module features a highly integrated 802.11b/g/n WLAN SoC with SDIO interface (SDIO2.0 compliant) to enable easy cloud connectivity for IoT edge devices. Works out-of-box with RA MCUs. Learn more at http://www.altobeam.com/en/index.html

Key Features

  • WLAN MAC, 1T1R capable WLAN baseband and WLAN RF in a single chip
  • Compatible 802.11b/g/n/i/e/w specifications
  • Integrated PA, LNA, Balun, and T/R switch to minimize BOM
  • Supports both 20MHz and 40Mhz bandwidth transmission
  • Integrated LDO to simplify power source, requiring only 3.3V
  • 4x4 mm2, 28-pin QFN package with on-chip 32.768 crystal

Block Diagram

AltoBeam Wi-Fi Cloud Solution Diagram

Figure: AltoBeam Wi-Fi Chip/Module Block Diagram

Target Markets and Applications

  • Smart Home
  • Smart Health
  • Smart Lighting
  • Intelligent Lock / Doorbell
  • Industrial Equipment
  • IP Camera

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TitleTypeLast Updated DateSize
AltoBeam Hi-Speed Wi-Fi Cloud Connectivity Solution
AltoBeam Hi-Speed Wi-Fi Cloud Connectivity Solution for the Renesas RA Partner Ecosystem
PDF 16 Jul 2020 948 KB
AltoBeam ATBM6031 Single-chip IEEE 802.11b/g/n 1T1R Wireless Network Transceiver with SDIO Interface Data Sheet PDF 22 Jul 2020 1.68 MB
AltoBeam ATBM6031 14pin Module IEEE 802.11b/g/n 1T1R SDIO WiFi Module Data Sheet PDF 22 Jul 2020 1.19 MB

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