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u-blox wireless modules[edit]


  • EMMY-W161 - 802.11abgn/ac 1x ant. BT 4.1 LE, NFC, UART, SDIO, PCM
  • EMMY-W163 - 802.11abgn/ac 2x ant. BT 4.1 LE, NFC, UART, SDIO, PCM


  • ODIN-W160 - 802.11abgn BT 4.0 LE, UART, SDIO, U.FL ant.
  • ODIN-W260 - 802.11abgn BT 4.0 LE, UART, RGMII, U.FL ant.
  • ODIN-W262 - 802.11abgn BT 4.0 LE, UART, RGMII, int. ant.
u-blox combines Wi-Fi and Bluetooth in very compact,
host-based automotive client and access point module
  • ELLA-W1: ELLA-W131, ELLA-W133, ELLA-W161, ELLA-W163

Host-based multiradio modules with Wi-Fi & Bluetooth [1]

 Module   Wi-Fi 2.4GHz  5GHz  802.11  Bluetooth  Antenna
ELLA-W131        •             b/g/n   v3.0+HS      1
ELLA-W133        •             b/g/n   v3.0+HS      2
ELLA-W161        •       •    a/b/g/n  v3.0+HS      1
ELLA-W163        •       •    a/b/g/n  v3.0+HS      2
  • ELLA-W1 is series of ultra-compact, host-based, short-range transceiver
modules offering both simultaneous and independent communications
over Wi-Fi 802.11a/b/g/n, Bluetooth V3.0+HS and Bluetooth V2.1+EDR.
Each module has an integrated MAC, baseband processor and RF front
end, and connects to its host via an SDIO 2.0 interface. The dual-band
Wi-Fi versions (2.4GHz and 5GHz) minimize interference problems from
the crowded 2.4GHz band.

ELLA-W131 Datasheet