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LoRaWAN TRX module 32001353 operating at 868MHz SRD Band based on LoRa™ RF Technology, optimized for very long range, low consumption applications, suitable for Low Power Wide Area Network networks (LPWA).

NINA-W131 and NINA-W132 are ultra low power Wi‑Fi modules supporting 802.11 b/g/n in the 2.4GHz ISM band. They are the first two variants of the new NINA‑W1 module series. Developed with security and quick time‑to‑market in mind, the NINA‑W1 stand‑alone modules make Wi‑Fi integration easy. Their secure design makes them ideal for Wi‑Fi applications including telematics, low power sensors, connected buildings (appliances, surveillance etc.), point‑of‑sales, and health devices.

The NINA‑W1 modules provide top grade security, thanks to secure boot, which ensures the module only boots up with original u‑blox software. In addition, they will provide end‑to‑end security on the wireless link with the latest 802.11i (WPA2) standard and enterprise security to provide a secure connection to the infrastructure.

Device design is simplified as developers can choose to either use an external antenna (NINA‑W131) or take advantage of the internal antenna (NINA‑W132). Furthermore, the NINA‑W1 modules are pin compatible with the NINA‑B1 Bluetooth low energy modules, thus offering maximum flexibility for devices that are to offer multiple radio technologies. As with all u‑blox short range radio modules, the NINA‑W1 modules will be globally certified.

NINA‑W131 and NINA‑W132 are the first Wi‑Fi modules in the NINA‑W1 module series. The NINA‑W1 series will be expanded to include variants with Open CPU, Bluetooth connectivity, and additional hardware interfaces (RMII, CAN, SDIO, etc.).

Ultra‑compact SAM‑M8Q module speeds time to market for system developers of GNSS applications who have limited experience in RF and antenna design

SAM‑M8Q GNSS receiver with integrated antenna is housed in a tiny 15.5 x 15.5 x 6.3 mm package. This module can be easily embedded in small devices that require location information, such as asset tracking and telematics systems, and generic automotive after‑market applications.

The combination of an integrated wide‑band antenna along with the module’s SAW filter and low‑noise amplifier (LNA) architecture ensures that the SAM‑M8Q receiver delivers robust performance in the presence of high frequency signals from other electronic equipment, such as cellular modems, which can cause interference. By using the latest u‑blox M8 multi‑GNSS receiver technology, the module is able to offer simultaneous reception of GPS, GLONASS, and Galileo satellite signals.

The SAM‑M8Q is intended for customers who don’t have much experience in RF and antenna design. It is aimed at applications that require an embedded antenna and where the surface mount package allows for easier assembly and installation in the end‑equipment.

Zoe-M8G is an ultra‑compact GNSS (Global Navigation Satellite System) receiver module, especially designed for markets where small size, minimal weight and high location precision are essential.

It offers exceptionally high location accuracy by concurrently connecting to GPS, Galileo and either GLONASS or BeiDou. It also provides industry‑leading -167 dBm navigation sensitivity. This makes the ultra‑small ZOE‑M8G perfect for wearable devices, unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) and asset tracker applications.  
The new u‑blox ZOE‑M8G helps simplify product designs, because it is a fully integrated, complete GNSS solution with built‑in SAW‑filter and Low Noise Amplifier (LNA). This means it can be used with passive antennas, without the need for additional components, and doesn’t compromise performance.
Revolutionary small form factor 
The ZOE‑M8G GNSS module measures only 4.5 mm x 4.5 mm x 1.0 mm. Due to its very small size, a complete GNSS design using a ZOE‑M8G module takes approximately 30% less PCB area compared to a conventional discrete chip design with a CSP chip GNSS receiver.