RF Modules

933 RF Modules from 87 manufacturers listed on everything RF

An RF Module is a device that uses a wireless connectivity protocol to transmit and receive signals between two devices. RF Modules for WiFi, Bluetooth and ZigBee listed on everything RF. Use the filters to narrow down on products based on your requirement. Download Datasheets, Compare products and get pricing.

Description:Sub-GHz Low-Power LoRa SiP (System-in-Package)
Technology:
LoRa
Frequency:
862 to 1020 MHz
Supply Voltage:
1.8 to 3.5 V
Data Rate:
2 to 4 kbps
Output Power:
Up to 20 dBm
Sensitivity:
-148 dBm
Interface Type:
GPIO, SPI, SWD, UART, USB, I2C
more info
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Description:2.4/5 GHz Wi-Fi 6 + Bluetooth 5.4 Module for Industrial IoT Applications
Technology:
WiFi + Bluetooth
Frequency:
2.4 to 5 GHz
Bluetooth Standards:
Bluetooth v5.4
WiFi Standards:
802.11 a/b/g/n/ac/ax
Integrated Antenna:
Yes
Data Rate:
86 Mbps
Standard Supported:
BR + EDR + BLE
Interface Type:
SDIO, UART
more info
Description:Ultra Wideband Transceiver IC Module from 3.24 to 6.99 GHz
Technology:
UWB
Frequency:
3.244 to 6.999 GHz
Mesh Networking:
No
Integrated Antenna:
Yes
Supply Voltage:
2.8 to 3.6 V
Data Rate:
110 Kbps to 6.8 Mbps
Sensitivity:
-106 to -93 dBm
Interface Type:
SPI, GPIOs
more info
Description:Bluetooth Low Energy (v5.0) Module for IoT Devices
Technology:
Bluetooth
Frequency:
2402 to 2480 MHz
Bluetooth Standards:
Bluetooth v5
Supply Voltage:
1.7 to 3.6 V
Output Power:
8 dBm
Standard Supported:
Bluetooth Low Energy
Sensitivity:
-102 dBm
Interface Type:
UART
more info
Description:2.4 GHz Bluetooth 5.3 Wireless Radio Module with Antenna
Technology:
Bluetooth
Frequency:
2402 to 2480 MHz
Bluetooth Standards:
Bluetooth v5.3
Integrated Antenna:
Yes
Supply Voltage:
1.7 to 3.6 V
Data Rate:
1 to 2 Mbps
Output Power:
8 dBm
Standard Supported:
ISM Band
Sensitivity:
-94 dBm (Receiver)
Interface Type:
ADC, QSPI, SPI, TWI, UART
more info
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Description:2.4/5 GHz Wi-Fi 4 + Bluetooth 5.2 Combo SoC
Technology:
WiFi + Bluetooth
Frequency:
2.4 to 5 GHz
Bluetooth Standards:
Bluetooth v5.2
WiFi Standards:
802.11 n
Integrated Antenna:
Yes
Supply Voltage:
1.05 to 2.2 V
Data Rate:
2 Mbps
Output Power:
10 to 21 dBm (Tx)
Sensitivity:
-71 to -99 dBm
Interface Type:
UART, SDIO, GPIO
more info
Description:2.4/5 GHz Wi-Fi 6 + Bluetooth 5.3 (LE) Module
Technology:
Bluetooth, WiFi
Frequency:
2.4 to 5 GHz
Bluetooth Standards:
Bluetooth v5.3
WiFi Standards:
802.11 a/b/g/n/ac/ax
Integrated Antenna:
Yes
Supply Voltage:
1.8 to 3.6 V
Data Rate:
Up to 600 Mbps
Standard Supported:
BR/EDR/LE
Sensitivity:
-98 dBm
Interface Type:
GPIOs, PCM, SDIO, UART
more info
Description:802.11ad mmWave Phased Array Antenna Module from 57 to 71 GHz
Frequency:
57 to 71 GHz
Integrated Antenna:
Yes
Supply Voltage:
5 V
Data Rate:
Up to 3 Gbps
Sensitivity:
-68 dBm
Interface Type:
USB
more info
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Description:2.4/5/6 GHz Wi-Fi 7 and Bluetooth 5.3 Combo Module
Technology:
WiFi + Bluetooth
Frequency:
2.4 to 6 GHz
Bluetooth Standards:
Bluetooth v5.3
Data Rate:
Up to 2.9 Gbps
Standard Supported:
BLE
more info
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Description:Transceiver Module for Thread Applications
Technology:
Thread
Frequency:
2.4 GHz
Other Standards:
802.15.4
Mesh Networking:
Yes
Interface Type:
Ethernet
more info

What is an RF Module?

An RF module is a device that is used to transmit and receive radio signals between two devices. They may use one or several wireless connectivity protocols like Bluetooth, Wi-Fi, LoRa, Zigbee or can even proprietary protocols. RF modules usually consist of an RF transceiver, an MCU, an antenna and additional circuitry like TXCOs, filters, switches, matching circuitry etc. These modules are used in IoT networks, wireless data transfer mediums, automation, monitoring, remote controls sensors and a wide range of applications.

Important Parameters to consider when selecting RF Modules:

Operating Frequency: The frequency range of RF modules usually varies from 400 MHz to 8 GHz. These modules usually operate in license free bands. Other frequency ranges are also possible.

Protocols: An RF module may use one or several wireless connectivity protocols. Each protocol has different properties like frequency range, modulation techniques, data transfer rates, range etc. You can select a protocol based on your application. Some protocols are Bluetooth, Wi-Fi, ZigBee, LoRa etc.

Range: This is the maximum distance up to which an RF module can transmit and receive wireless signals.

Data Rate: This is the maximum speed at which the RF module can transmit and receive data.

Receiver Sensitivity: Receiver sensitivity is the measure of the minimum signal strength the RF receiver can detect.

Interfaces: RF module is connected to the device via an interface. An RF module may support several interfaces through which it can be controlled. 

Modulation Schemes: Modulation is the process of encoding data on to wireless signals so that it can be transmitted. The modulation technique used can affect transmission speed, amount of transferable data and range up to which data can be transferred. An RF module may support several modulation techniques for the transmission of data.

everything RF has listed RF Modules from the leading companies. Narrow down by protocol, data rate, range and various other parameters. View product details, download datasheets and get pricing on the modules you need. This category lists non-cellular modules. If you are looking for cellular modules we have other categories - Cellular Modules and Cellular IoT Modules. Most RF modules are made using an SoC. Click here to view the category for Wireless SoCs.

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