Radio module for Internet of Things applications

The Multiradio Module OWL355 by connectBlue is designed for industrial, medical and Internet of Things (IoT) applications and enables wireless connectivity for embedded system across Bluetooth and WLAN.

12/06/2013


The Multiradio Module OWL355 by connectBlue is designed for industrial, medical and Internet of Things (IoT) applications and enables wireless connectivity for embedded system across Bluetooth and WLAN. Courtesy: connectBlueThe Multiradio Module OWL355 by connectBlue is a ready-to-embed module for demanding industrial, medical and Internet of Things (IoT) applications. The OWL355 module offers multiradio capability across Classic Bluetooth, Bluetooth low energy and WLAN with full dual-band support for the 2.4GHz and 5GHz radio bands. No trimming and tuning is needed during the customer end-product manufacturing, since the OWL355 has pre-calibrated radio parameters and MAC address stored on-board in EEPROM.

Together with the open source Linux host driver the module minimizes the work needed to implement wireless technology in a device as it will provide hardware, modular radio type approval, EMC certification, Bluetooth qualification, wide range of certified antennas and offers extremely long life cycle.

The Multiradio Module OWL355 enables wireless connectivity for embedded systems across Bluetooth v2.1+EDR, Bluetooth low energy v4.0 and Wireless LAN (WLAN) 802.11 a, b, g, n. The OWL355 has full dual-band support for the 2.4GHz band and the 5GHz U-NII bands (U-NII band 1, 2, 2e, 3).

Other features for demanding industrial and medical wireless applications include solder castellations for visual inspection, extended operating temperature range of -40 to +85°C, WLAN SDIO or SPI host interface and Bluetooth UART host interface.

connectBlue

www.connectblue.com 

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