Closely following Morse Micro’s $140m Series B funding announcement, the company today announces another key milestone: FCC certification for its Wi-Fi HaLow Module (MM6108-MF08251) which contains the Wi-Fi HaLow SoC (MM6108). This accreditation supports the company’s vision to usher in a new era for Wi-Fi HaLow technology, enabling customers to go to market faster than ever before.
This device has been specifically designed to support connectivity within the Internet of Things (IoT); from consumer and commercial environments to industrial to agricultural use-cases. Morse Micro is one of the first companies to receive this certification, which will accelerate the commercial deployment of Wi-Fi HaLow and revolutionise our digital future.
“This certification demonstrates the incredible talent of the Morse Micro team, and our commitment to bringing Wi-Fi HaLow technology to the market,” said Michael De Nil, co-founder and chief executive officer at Morse Micro. “Not only are we paving the way for Wi-Fi HaLow deployments, but we are laying the foundations for a major evolution in connectivity and the future of IoT ecosystems.”
About the certification
The FCC has certified the Wi-Fi HaLow Module (MM6108-MF08251). The MM6108-MF08251 is a fully integrated Wi-Fi HaLow module with long-range, low-power consumption and superior RF performance, featuring the MM6108 Wi-Fi HaLow SoC.
The module has been designed in compliance with the IEEE 802.11ah standard, supporting data rates up to 32.5 Mbps with programmable operation between 850 MHz and 950 MHz. This module includes ultra-long-reach PA and has been designed for a simplified Wi-Fi HaLow connection to an external host for applications in which a customer wants to merely replace their prior RF technology with a Wi-Fi HaLow connection while leveraging the latest WPA3 security protocol.
About the FCC (Federal Communications Commission)
The FCC is an independent U.S. government agency that regulates interstate and international communications by radio, television, wire, satellite, and cable in all 50 states, the District of Columbia and U.S. territories. As an independent U.S. government agency overseen by Congress, the Commission is the federal agency responsible for implementing and enforcing America’s communications laws and regulations.
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