Behind every network is a standard-compliant wireless connection technology that is optimized to fit a specific range, energy per bit, and bandwidth requirements, regardless of its nature or purpose. With the increasing importance of wireless sensor networks and the Internet of Things, most electronic systems require wireless connections.
The Highfive product portfolio includes various RF transceivers for key wireless connection technologies, including WI-FI, Sub-1GHz remote networks including ZigBee and LoRaWAN, and Bluetooth-Smart®. , LTE Cat 1 and Narrowband Internet of Things (NB-IoT).
Wifi Wireless Connectivity
Our Wi-Fi solution is built around an 802.11 single-chip transceiver with an integrated RF power amplifier (PA) and a powerful microcontroller with extensive GPIO support, with onboard clock generation and voltage regulator, Choose to use an integrated antenna to extend the RF coverage.
They come with a complete TCP/IP stack and a user-friendly application layer to ensure simple and effective use of the module through AT commands. The specific implementations of the TFTP, HTTP, MQTT, SMTP, and WebSocket classes we provide make it easier to write highly optimized code.
Our Wi-Fi products will pass FCC (United States), CE (European Union), and IC (Industry Canada) certifications according to customer requirements, thus providing a fast, flexible and affordable plug-and-play solution that can be used for 802.11 b/g/n and TCP/IP connection add functions. IoT design.
These modules have the characteristics of reduced power consumption and small size, which are very suitable for fixed and mobile wireless applications. These applications cannot choose a complete Wi-Fi connection design from scratch due to technology (lack of specific RF engineering knowledge at hand). Short time to market or low total cost of ownership.
Bluetooth Wireless Connectivity
Bluetooth wireless connection technology is based on the IEEE 802.15 standard. The organization is responsible for formulating and updating Bluetooth specifications, managing certification procedures, and protecting trademarks.
Bluetooth LE technology operates in the unlicensed ISM frequency band from 2.4 GHz to 2.485 GHz and implements technologies including adaptive frequency hopping (AFH) to ensure that other wireless technologies can operate simultaneously on this part of the RF spectrum and can share bandwidth.
When Wei battery-powered devices (such as sensors for healthcare, sports and fitness, and proximity and security applications) are designed, Bluetooth Low Energy or BluetoothSmart® is based on Bluetooth 4.x and 5.x specifications.
Easy-to-use Bluetooth low energy solutions, including system-on-chip (SoC), balun, matched filter, and microcontroller solutions.
NFC / RFID Wireless Connectivity
Near Field Communication (NFC) is a technology used to provide short-range wireless connections for two-way interaction between electronic devices. It is a form of RFID (Radio Frequency Identification), but it also has a set of specific standards, including ISO/IEC 14443 and ISO/IEC 15693, to ensure the interoperability of NFC-enabled devices.
NFC uses inductive coupling between the two devices and runs at 13.56 MHz. The NFC device can draw power from the RF field generated by another NFC device so that the device can operate without a battery or power source, so it is suitable for extremely small sizes, such as tags, stickers, smart keys, or cards. Even if NFC is provided, NFC requires very little energy, so it is very suitable for battery-powered devices, such as smartphones.
Because of the short transmission range, NFC-enabled transactions are inherently more secure than transactions transmitted using other wireless technologies.
Highfive provides a comprehensive set of solutions, including NFC/RFID tags and readers, dynamic NFC tags, NFC control, and a rich development ecosystem.
ZigBee Wireless Connectivity
Zigbee is a wireless protocol based on IEEE 802.15.4 designed by the Zigbee Alliance. Zigbee is a reliable, low-power, and interoperable protocol that shows high immunity in noisy RF environments. Zigbee Pro ensures the interoperability of smart objects, enabling IoT devices from different vendors to work together. Interoperability between products of different vendors.
IEEE 802.15.4 is a technical standard managed by the IEEE 802.15 working group. It defines the physical layer and provides a common standard for the MAC layer, which serves as the basis for many protocols including Zigbee.
NB-IoT or LTE Cat NB1 Wireless Connectivity
Narrowband Internet of Things (NB-IoT or LTE Cat NB1) is a low-power wide-area network (LPWAN) radio technology standard designed to connect multiple devices and services through cellular telecommunication bands. It is one of a series of mobile IoT connection technologies standardized by the 3rd Generation Partnership Project (3GPP). It also includes enhanced machine type communication (eMTC or LTE Cat M1) and EC-GSM-IoT, specifically for adapting to the Internet And design the Internet of Things (IoT) and machine-to-machine (M2M) communication.
GPS/GNSS Wireless COnnectivity
Localization of assets, goods or vehicles, and people or animals based on the Global Navigation Satellite System (GNSS) can realize a variety of services, including fleet management, cargo tracking, road tolling, anti-theft, personnel, and pet positioning and assisted navigation. Based on the satellite constellation, only a few global satellite navigation systems have been deployed, including the Global Positioning System (GPS), Galileo in Europe, GLONASS in Russia, and BeiDou (BDS) in China.