Redpine Signals’ RS9116 Modules Support Multi-Protocol Wireless Connectivity for IoT Applications

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Redpine Signals’ RS9116 Modules Support Multi-Protocol Wireless Connectivity for IoT Applications

Mouser Electronics is now stocking the RS9116 family of modules from Redpine Signals. The RS9116 family provides reliable multi-protocol wireless connectivity for a broad range of low-power applications, including security cameras, industrial sensors, fitness bands, and smart locks, and Internet of Things (IoT) devices.

 

The Redpine RS9116 modules support multi-protocol wireless connectivity with Bluetooth® 5, dual-band (2.4 GHz and 5 GHz) 802.11abgn Wi-Fi, and 802.15.4 capable of running Thread or Zigbee®. The RS9116 modules feature an integrated baseband processor with RF transceiver, calibration memory, high-power amplifier, and flash memory. The modules’ architecture enables optimized transitions between high-performance and low-power operating modes, allowing the devices to support a Wi-Fi standby associated power of less than 90 µA. Additionally, the devices include an ultra-low-power wake-up receiver with secure wake-up pattern to prevent battery drain attack. The RS9116 modules are available in either embedded (WiSeConnect™) or hosted (n-Link™) configurations for easy integration with different processor families and operating systems.

 

Mouser is also stocking the RS9116 development tools. Available in single-band (2.4 GHz) and dual-band (2.4 GHz and 5 GHz) versions, the RS9116 Evaluation Kits provide a single platform that enables evaluation of both n-Link and WiSeConnect RS9116 modules. Each kit includes an RS9116 baseboard, wireless daughter card, and necessary cables, plus a sample driver and applications to test wireless functionality, security modes, and more.

 

To learn more, visit www.mouser.com/redpine-signals-rs9116-socs

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