802.11n WiFi Module from Redpine Signals

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Redpine Signals Inc.
January 22, 2012

The WiSeConnect self-contained, low-power WiFi module from Redpine Signals Inc., San Jose, CA, is intended for M2M markets and offers Wi-Fi Direct and Enterprise security. The module includes an embedded processor, the company's ultra-low-power 802.11n WiFi subsystem, an antenna, and frequency reference and has SDIO, SPI, Ethernet, and USB interfaces. Wi-Fi Direct functionality lets other Wi-Fi Direct devices and standard clients to connect to the module. Other features include a full implementation of the SEP 2.0 software stack for smart energy applications, support for embedded AP functionality in client and access point models, and WLAN enterprise security.


CompanyRedpine Signals Inc.
CountryUnited States (USA)


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