The Future of Integrated Wireless Today
Wireless Products
  • W2CBW0016

    W2CBW0016 product includes WiFi-802.11n support up to 150Mbps bit rate over the air with 40 MHz channels, Bluetooth-3.0 support up to 24Mbps bit rate over the air, WiFi-Direct, Mobile Embedded Hotspot (MEH), & a single SDIO-interface for WiFi & Bluetooth. Wi-Fi Direct eliminates the need for a traditional hot spot in many situations, establishing instead a high-performance, direct peer-to-peer network. Data transmissions are protected by WPA2™-certified security protocols, featuring encryption algorithms considered fully secure.

    Wi2Wi's W2CBW0016 includes the power-amplifier, switch, voltage-regulator, memory (EEPROM) band-pass filter, and crystal, all integrated into a single-chip form SiP. This state-of-the–Art product supports all major processor families including Freescale, TI, & Marvell. W2CBW0016 will also come with the pre-certification for FCC, CE, and IC. These three value-adds substantially minimize the RF-know-how requirements, significantly simplify integration of WiFi and Bluetooth into the OEM customers' products, reduce time-to-market, and development cost.

  • W2CBW0015

    W2CBW0015 is a New Ultra-Small SiP-Product featuring 802.11b/g/n-WiFi & Bluetooth-3.0 based on Marvell's 8787 state-of-the art WiFi solution, first to feature WiFi-Direct certification for low-power embedded wireless applications, delivering high-performance, robust, secure, and seamless connectivity for enterprise, industrial, smart-metering / smart-home, and government applications. Key features of Wi2Wi's W2CBW0015 includes WiFi-802.11n support up to 150Mbps bit rate over the air with 40 MHz channels, Bluetooth-3.0 support up to 24Mbps bit rate over the air, WiFi-Direct, and Mobile Embedded Hotspot (MEH). Wi-Fi Direct eliminates the need for a traditional hot spot in many situations. Data transmissions are protected by WPA2™-certified security protocols. W2CBW0015 is Ultra-Small measuring 9.5 x 9.5 x 1.3 mm and includes the power-amplifier, switch, voltage-regulator, EEPROM and crystal, all integrated into a single-chip form SiP.

  • W2SW0011u

    The W2SW0011u is a highly integrated wireless local area network (WLAN) system-on-chip (SoC), based on the 802.11 n industry standard. Designed for handheld or portable warehousing/logistics, medical and industrial applications, it is a complete 802.11 b/g/n WiFi solution that includes the crystal, switch, all filtering, local memory for MAC address storage and diagnostics capability.

  • W2CBW009S

    This preliminary specification provides a general guideline on the performance and the integration of W2CBW009S, a complete wireless subsystem featuring full 802.11 b/g WLAN + BT capabilities in a small form factor module solution. Both radios are fully tested for coexistence, both internally and with other external radio technologies. A full menu of certifications will also be provided. Based on world-class silicon from Wi2Wi partner Marvell, the W2CBW009S has also been fully optimized for throughput and receive sensitivity through careful design practices. State-of-the art software development resources are also available to create drivers for unique processors and operating systems if needed.

  • W2CBW009Di

    This preliminary specification provides a general guideline on the performance and the integration of W2CBW009Di, a complete wireless subsystem featuring full 802.11 b/g WLAN + BT capabilities in a small form factor module solution. Both radios are fully tested for coexistence, both internally and with other external radio technologies. A full menu of certifications will also be provided. Based on world-class silicon from Wi2Wi partner Marvell, the W2CBW009Di has also been fully optimized for throughput and receive sensitivity through careful design practices. State-of-the art software development resources are also available to create drivers for unique processors and operating systems if needed.

  • Mobile Embedded Hotspot

    Mobile Embedded Hotspot (MEH) technology enables the transformation of mobile handsets into mini Wi-Fi Access Points where Wi-Fi enabled devices like laptops and MP3 players can share the mobile handset's cellular connection to the internet. It also enables smartphones and other Wi-Fi enabled products such as laptops, cameras and printers to communicate with each other without requiring access to the cellular network. This technology allows robust real-time streaming of audio/video content over Wi-Fi networks, and is backward compatible with earlier generation Wi-Fi enabled products.