The MM6108 from Morse Micro is a Wi-Fi HaLow (IEEE 802.11ah) SoC for IoT Applications. This SoC augments Wi-Fi by operating in spectrum below 1 GHz to offer a longer range and lower power connectivity. Wi-Fi HaLow meets the unique requirements for the Internet of Things (IoT) to enable a variety of use cases in industrial, agricultural, smart building, and smart city environments.
This SoC supports 1, 2, 4 and 8 MHz channel bandwidths and delivers a data rate of up to 43.3 Mbps. It can be controlled via SDIO 2.0, SPI, GPIO, UART, I2C and PWM interfaces. This SoC is based on a low power 32b RISC-V core architecture and consists of a single-chip IEEE 802.11ah Wi-Fi HaLow transceiver and an ultra-high linearity LNA. It has a Sub-1 GHz frequency radio, an on-chip Power Amplifier (PA) with support for external FEM option and a Power Management Unit (PMU) supporting ultra-low-power operation modes. The module is available in a QFN48 package that measures 6 x 6 mm and is ideal for Wi-Fi network expansion and IoT applications.