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Silex module enable wireless connectivity for battery-operated devices

Silex Technology this week announced the SX-570/SX-580intelligent module used for connecting devices that require low-power consumption to 802.11a/b/g/n WLANs.


March 28, 2012  


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Silex Technology this week announced the SX-570/SX-580intelligent module used for connecting devices that require low-power consumption to 802.11a/b/g/n WLANs.

According to the company, it is designed for OEM applications that need WLAN connectivity with minimal power usage such as battery-operated portable devices for medical, printer, weights and measures and other applications.

Measuring 30 x 55 mm, the SX-570/SX-580 contains a 32-bit 454MHz Freescale i.MX28 processor with an 802.11a/b/g/n radio.

It also includes a serial port that can run at speeds up to 3Mbps while supporting Ethernet bridging.