Edgewater Wireless receives FCC Cert for multi-channel WiFi module
Stephen LawElectronics Embedded Systems Wireless Engineering wireless
WiFi3 power-optimized module designed for OEM products unlocks the power of multi-channel WiFi for large scale high-density deployments
Edgewater Wireless Systems Inc., Ottawa, manufacturer of multi-channel WiFi3 technology for high-density WiFi and wireless, announced its innovative power optimized module ATX-EWC24GWFR1 – 2.4GHz WLAN Radio Card for High Density WiFi applications has received approval from the Federal Communications Commission.
The new WiFi3 powered module is designed to optimize performance for high-density and high-interference WiFi applications in the 2.4GHz spectrum. Designed for easy integration into other equipment manufactures products such as WiFi access points, small cells and DAS solutions, the latest WiFi3 powered module, certified by the FCC, will be showcased this week at the ICTC Cable Innovation Showcase in Hangzhou, China and at the Wireless Broadband Alliance (WBA) Wireless Congress in New York City, USA.
“There’s a lot of excitement over WiFi3 technology and equipment manufacturers (OEMs) can now utilize the 2.4GHz spectrum in their WLAN products with our multi-channel single radio technology radio cards and chipsets,” said Eric Smith, VP of Product with Edgewater Wireless. “The 2.4GHz spectrum, particularly in crowded, high density environments, requires efficient spectrum use and reuse. WiFi3 with Multi-channel Power Control provides our OEM partners with the much needed tools for high-density deployments.”