Wireless Chipset by Orca Systems

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The ORC3990 from Orca Systems is an LEO Satellite Endpoint SoC that is designed to support the requirements of Totum’s LEO satellite network. It includes Orca Systems’ flexible, third-generation Live Wireless™ RF and digital radio subsystem. The SoC has integrated functional blocks that include a low noise amplifier (LNA) and a digital power amplifier (PA). It also includes the Totum satellite modem, power management unit (PMU) subsystem including all analog blocks, dual Arm Cortex-M0+ CPUs for separate network and application processing, all necessary memory (volatile and non-volatile) for the on-chip CPUs, required security functions, and key analog and digital peripherals.

The SoC features advanced power management that supports a 10+ year battery life. It has on-chip sensors that show the temperature of the ORC3990-based IoT endpoint. This chip supports a suite of digital and analog interfaces allowing it to seamlessly connect to sensors that detect temperature, humidity, shock, vibration, and flow. The ORC3990 is manufactured with GlobalFoundries’ 22FDX 22nm FD-SOI technology that ensures a cost-effective and low-power SoC solution. It is available in a small 68-QFN package that measures 1 x 1 inch.

Product Specifications

Product Details

  • Part Number
  • Manufacturer
    Orca Systems
  • Description
    2.4 GHz LEO Satellite IoT Endpoint SoC

General Parameters

  • Application
    Satellite, IoT
  • Frequency
    2.4 GHz
  • Operating Temperature
    -40 to 85 Degree C
  • Note
    Integrated RF Transceiver, PA, ARM CPUs, and memories