High-performance IEEE 802.11ac Wi-Fi Baseband.
Wi-Fi 5 IP
IMG iEW300 is based on the IEEE 802.11ac Wi-Fi 5 standard, giving up to 30% higher throughput compared to IEEE 802.11n, Wi-Fi 4-based devices. It supports 2×2 configurations, allowing for double the throughput of 1×1 solutions.
The iEW300 is silicon proven and Wi-Fi Alliance pre-certified. Thanks to easy integration into an SoC it provides a low-risk, robust solution for your designs.
Flexible and reliable design
iEW300 offers flexible lower and upper MAC partitioning and is designed to coexist with Bluetooth, maintaining reliability.
The iEW300 Station, Soft AP and Wi-Fi Direct operating modes and is backward compatible with earlier Wi-Fi standards, for maximum compatibility.
Download the IMG iEW300 product brief to find out how the IEEE 802.11ac 2x2 Wi-Fi 5 solution can give you the edge.
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Introducing IMG iEW400:
The ultimate Wi-Fi IP solution for low power IoT
June 22, 2020
In this webinar, we will introduce the latest Wi-Fi IP from Imagination, the IMG iEW400; the ultimate
Wi-Fi solution for low-power IoT. Based on the new IEEE 802.11ax standard, also known as Wi-Fi 6, it provides several enhancements over the older
Wi-Fi 5 standard that make it ideal for low-power
Why Wi-Fi 6 is the perfect choice for IoT & Low Power Markets?
April 16, 2020
During this session, we will discuss how this is achieved and why Wi-Fi 6/IEEE 802.11ax 20MHz is the perfect choice for the IoT/wearables/low-power Wi-Fi markets, and why it should be considered over the older IEEE 802.11n standard.
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