Sub-GHz Wireless Mesh Networks using NXP’s Single Chip Modules

Document created by edk Employee on May 9, 2016Last modified by Adrian Puga Candelario on Aug 2, 2019
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The demo from Code is an ultra-compact Sub-GHz to Wi-Fi Border Router solution for use in Home Automation Wireless Sensor Nodes, Smart Lighting, Smart City, Smart Meters, Smart Parking and IoT. The demo consists of an NXP SCM-i.MX 6SoloX V-Link device (i.MX6SoloX/PF0100/512MB LPDDR2) + Code V-Link Top board with 802.11a/b/g/n/ac module + Code Carrier board with the Phalanx Border Router. The Phalanx Border Router provides an optimized mesh network for sensing applications



SCM V-Link technology is ideal for space-constrained applications allowing customers to integrate vertically.



  • Top board: Broadcom 2.4 GHz & 5 GHz Wi-Fi, 802.11 a/b/g/n/ac , up to 390 Mbps. U.FL standard antenna connector.
  • SCM-i.MX6 SX V-Link Top board form factor, 15.5mm x 15.5mm.
  • Optimized mesh network for sensing applications. Thousands of nodes, minimizing deployment costs. 900 MHz Wireless. A new, clever routing algorithm which reduces routing overhead.
  • IPv6 capable


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