Module Enables Enterprise-Grade Wi-Fi/BLE IoT

(Telit)

Telit’s WL865E4-P low-power Wi-Fi Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE) combination module is based on the Qualcomm QCA4020 system-on-chip (SoC) and is designed for high-bandwidth applications such as health care, video, smart home and industrial control. Featuring integrated cryptology hardware, the module enables IoT developers to meet demanding requirements for power consumption, security, performance, size and reliability.

 

According to Telit, the WL865E4-P features proprietary power-saving technology that surpasses the Wi-Fi standard’s ultra-low-power modes. This enables it to operate for years on a single AA battery.

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The dual-band, dual-module module supports 802.11 a,b,g and n, as well Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE) 5.0, all in a footprint measuring 595 sq. mm. The WL865E4-P also features an integrated multi-core system-on-chip, with dedicated CPUs for IoT applications, Wi-Fi and BLE to maximize performance.

 

The WL865E4-P includes a complete suite of security features such as secured boot, flash encryption, copy protection, HTTPS and WPA/WPA2 Personal and Enterprise security modes. These safeguards help make the module idea for health care and other applications where security and data privacy are critical requirements. For more information, checkout the WL865E4-P datasheet.

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