Low power multi-protocol wireless Wi-Fi SoC targets IoT

November 19, 2019 //By Jean-Pierre Joosting
Low power multi-protocol wireless Wi-Fi SoC targets IoT
The Talaria TWO multi-protocol wireless platform from fabless semiconductor company InnoPhase is a highly integrated, SoC offering the ultimate size, power and cost advantages for a wide range of low-power, battery-based IoT product designs such as security cameras, smart doorbells and monitoring devices.

The industry's lowest power Wi-Fi radio, Talaria TWO includes InnoPhase’s advanced, patented PolaRFusion™radio – a complete 2.4 GHz radio built using an innovative polar architecture that enables extreme low power and programmable functionality. The SoC includes an ArmCortex-M3 processor, memory, RF, baseband, PHY, and MAC functionality integrated into a small, single-chip design. The chip initially supports IEEE 802.11 b/g/n and Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE 5.0) standard.

Talaria TWO has also received a coveted CES 2020 Innovation Award Honoree in the embedded product category.

The wireless connectivity market valued at $44.34 billion in 2017 is expected to grow to $95.66 billion by 2023 and we anticipate accelerating that growth with a platform that offers two to eight times more Wi-Fi battery power than the competition,” said Yang Xu, CEO of InnoPhase.

Current wireless signal processing architectures were developed long before the need for battery-based wireless devices were conceived. Battery-based “edge-of-the network” IoT products will now be able to go many months or years between battery changes. InnoPhase technology enables an entirely new category of high volume, battery-powered consumer, commercial, medical and industrial applications with its low power Wi-Fi design. Customers using the Talaria TWO wireless platform are experiencing a doubling or more of their product battery life.

An evaluation kit (EVK) for the Talaria TWO platform includes everything needed for evaluating the product’s performance plus preliminary product integration and development. InnoPhase has also incorporated the Talaria TWO device into a solder-down module form-factor to help customers accelerate their time to market. The module will be the vehicle used by InnoPhase for industry certifications and agency approval and the design information can be shared with interested customers.


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