The GS2000 is an ultra-low power WLAN and WPAN system on a chip (SoC) containing an 802.11b/g/n radio, media access controller (MAC), baseband processor, on-chip memory, and a networking applications processor all on a single silicon die. It represents the industry’s first WI-FI/Thread chip and is the basis for all of GainSpan’s high-performance modules.
|Category||IoT HW Platforms|
Gainspan GS200 provides ultra-low power consumption for years of battery life, and comes complete with embedded software stacks offering a highly scalable, reliable, manageable and secure wireless link to meet the growing demand of wireless sensor networks utilizing broadly accepted IEEE 802.11 and 802.15.4 standards.
|Relevant Verticals||Home Automation/Wearables, Healthcare and Pharmaceuticals, Smart Cities/Smart Buildings and Audio, General Industrial, General Commercial|
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SAXA, Inc. is using the GainSpan GS1011 system-on-chip (SoC) in the SAXA Wireless LAN Sensor NX-163. This Wi-Fi based sensor along with the SAXA monitoring software can be used in a large variety of applications. SAXA is initially targeting the smart energy market, with the Wi-Fi based sensor being used as a sub-meter to measure and monitor energy consumption.