Amp'ed RF Wi-Fi Dual Band ACC1340 Connectivity Controller Takes Wi-Fi into the Fast Lane

SAN JOSE, CA -- Amp'ed RF Wireless Technology announces the availability of Amp'ed RF Connectivity Controller, ACC1340, Wi-Fi dual band single-chip solution. ACC1340 is a perfect solution for audio, video and Internet of Things (IoT) applications.

The integrated circuit, systems-on-a-chip (SoC) ACC1340 offers dual band support in both 2.4 and 5GHz frequencies providing a balanced approach to supporting Wi-Fi 802.11 a/b/g/n protocols. Further, the Packet Traffic Arbitration, PTA, feature supports coexistence with Bluetooth radios in the 2.4GHz band.

"The dual band feature allows you to avoid data traffic jams by putting you in the 5GHz fast lane," said Naz Usmani, VP of sales at Amp'ed RF, who noted that dual band allows for excellent reception in crowded environments with high population density areas such as apartment complexes, office buildings and transport hubs.

The ACC1340 features low energy consumption, fast speed and a clean design. Its complete feature set offers the right amount of integration options, allowing for fewer external components and faster time to market - the best match for manufacturers of Wi-Fi enabled products who wish to seamlessly stream audio, video or Internet data.


The ACC1340 supports STA, Soft AP, Wi-Fi Direct, and HotSpot 2.0. It also supports concurrent mode STA and Soft AP.

Dual Band 2.4/5GHz, 802.11a/b/g/n, 2.4GHz integrated PA, 21dBm Tx power, -98dBm Rx sensitivity.

•802.11i WPA /WPA2
•Personal & Enterprise
•WAPI and WEP (40/104)
•Weak Key Avoidance
•CCX v4 Client Security

For more information contact:
Phone 408-406-8717

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