High-Performance Wi-Fi 6 M.2 Module: AW7915-AED with Dual-Band Dual Concurrent Support – 2T2R Dual Bands Dual Concurrents IEEE802.11ax 2.4GHz / 5 GHz by MediaTek MT7915
Introducing the AW7915-AED Wi-Fi 6 M.2 AE key Module – it’s a real powerhouse! It’s all thanks to the Mediatek MT7915DAN chipset that’s under the hood. This module boasts a blistering PHY rate of 573+1201 Mbps and is fully in line with the IEEE 802.11ax/ac standards. What makes it stand out is its ability to handle Dual Bands Dual Concurrent (DBDC) mode, which means it can simultaneously work its magic in both the 2.4GHz and 5GHz bands. So, you get a top-notch wireless experience. But here’s where it gets even more exciting – this module has some serious tech inside. It’s got optimized RF architecture and baseband algorithms, which means it performs like a champ while sipping power conservatively. Plus, it’s smart enough to take on some of the Wi-Fi tasks, so your host processor can breathe easy. Security? No problem! The MT7915DAN chipset has all the standard-based features covered – think top-notch security, quality of service, and international regulations. And when it’s time for a nap, this module can go into a deep sleep mode, thanks to its power-saving tricks. It even has two CPU systems for clock control, power management, and host interface configuration. Not to mention those PDMA engines that keep the data flowing smoothly. Now, here’s the real magic: The MT7915DAN chipset teams up with the MT7975DN to deliver exceptional radio performance and low power usage. It’s all about staying connected and efficient. This module doesn’t mess around with connection quality either. It’s rocking PCIe2.1 for a stable, high-speed connection between your platform and the chipset. It’s all about keeping that data flowing smoothly over Wi-Fi. So, in a nutshell, the AW7915-AED M.2 AE key Module is your go-to solution for top-notch Wi-Fi 6 connectivity. It’s all about reliability, high performance, and power efficiency, neatly packed into a compact form factor.
Key capabilities and benefits
The operation of Wi-Fi 6E in the 6 GHz spectrum offers extremely wide 160 MHz channels and additional capacity, leading to enhanced network performance.
Orthogonal frequency division multiple access (OFDMA) more efficiently allocates channels, thereby increasing network efficiency and reducing latency for both uplink and downlink traffic in high-demand environments.
Multi-user multiple input, multiple output (MU-MIMO) allows more uplink and downlink data to be transferred at once and enables an access point to handle a larger number of concurrent clients
The ability to utilize a 160 MHz channel increases bandwidth, resulting in enhanced performance with minimal latency.
1024 quadrature amplitude modulation mode (1024-QAM) enables throughput increases by encoding more data in the same amount of spectrum.
Transmit beamforming enhances signal power, leading to significantly higher data rates within a specified range.
Wi-Fi generation comparison overview
Channel bandwidth (MHz)
20, 40, 80, 80 + 80, 160
20, 40, 80, 80 + 80, 160
2.4 and 5 GHz
2.4,5, and 6 GHz
Maximum data rate
Highest subcarrier modulation
* Depending upon number of spatial streams and channel used