The AW690 is a highly integrated Wi-Fi 6 device enabling concurrent dual Wi-Fi (CDW) and Bluetooth 5.3 operation. Supporting a 1x1 CDW configuration in both the 2.4 GHz and 5 GHz bands, and 2x2 MIMO single-band operation, the system-on-chip (SoC) provides a peak data rate of 1.2 Gbit/s and implements advanced features including MU-MIMO, OFDMA and target wake time (TWT).
With integrated 2.4 GHz and 5 GHz TX power amplifiers (PA), RX low noise amplifiers (LNA) and Tx/Rx switches (T/R SW) as well as a full Bluetooth radio, the AW690 simplifies the design and minimizes the PCB area.
The AW690 implements advanced Wi-Fi and Bluetooth coexistence hardware with algorithms to optimize collaborative performance. In addition, support for external radio coexistence (for example, cellular) is provided through an external interface.
With AEC-Q100 Grade 3- compliant options, the AW690 provides multiple host interface options for the Wi-Fi radios (PCIe) and Bluetooth radio (UART) to provide a flexible design for easy integration into demanding automotive applications.
Wireless modules based on the NXP AW690 are offered by leading module manufacturers.
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|Product||Wi-Fi I/F||Bluetooth I/F||Operating Temp||Antenna Type||Antenna #||Module Type||Module Size||Qualifications||Recommended Host|
||PCIe||UART, PCM/I2S||-40 to 85||Antenna pin(s)||2||SMD||13.8 x 19.8 x 2.5||AEC-Q104||i.MX 6/7/8|
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