MM610X-001 Wi-Fi HaLow Sub-GHz Module Powered by Morse Micro® MM6108 RF SOC, ideal for IoT with low power and long-range capabilities.
The MM610X-001 is basically a supercharged Wi-Fi module designed for IoT (Internet of Things) applications. It’s powered by the advanced Morse Micro® MM6108 RF SOC.
What’s really neat about it is that it operates at a frequency below 1 gigahertz (GHz), which gives it a longer range and consumes less power. It’s like the long-distance champion of Wi-Fi, following the special HaLow version of the IEEE 802.11 standard.
This module isn’t just any ordinary device; it’s certified by the Wi-Fi Alliance as Wi-Fi CERTIFIED HaLow™ and meets the 802.11ah specification. It’s got impressive RF capabilities, like excellent sensitivity, selectivity, and blocking performance. Plus, there’s a U.FL connector that lets you hook up an external Sub-GHz antenna for even better reception.
In terms of connecting to other stuff, it’s quite versatile. You can use various IO interfaces, including UART, SDIO, SPI, I2C, and GPIOs for functions like PWM and switches. It’s ready to communicate over a whopping 2 kilometers in a direct line of sight, which is pretty amazing. So, whether you’re setting it up indoors or outdoors for your IoT projects, it’s up to the task.
But here’s the kicker: it can handle a lot of data. You’re looking at a throughput of 20Mbps using UDP, which is quite impressive for long-range wireless IoT. And its physical layer (PHY) data rate is 32.5Mbps.
And just to put your mind at ease, it’s been certified by regulatory authorities like the FCC, IC, CE, TELEC, NCC, and RCM, so you know it’s the real deal.
In a nutshell, the MM610X-001 module offers dependable and long-range connectivity for all your IoT needs. It’s got top-notch RF capabilities, flexible IO interfaces, and impressive data handling capabilities.