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Redpine Signals, Inc.

2107 N. First St., San Jose, CA, 95131, USA

  • 408-748-3385

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Michelle Sieling
Phone: 415-984-1970
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Redpine Signals, Inc.

communication systems & equipment, computer hardware & peripherals

Wearable RTLS Tag features dual-band capability.

December 3, 2013

Using Wi-Fi and Bluetooth low energy protocols, WiSeMote WM4-50 provides real-time locationing. Device is worn around wrist or neck and features sensors, alarm button, and LEDs for 2-way communication with network and for emergency use. Tag selects optimal wireless protocol based on required feature, such as security, IP network flexibility, or location accuracy. Waterproof to enable sanitization, tag can track people in amusement parks, hospitals, office buildings, and hazardous environments. Read More

communication systems & equipment

RTLS Tag and Location System supports 2.4 and 5 GHz bands.

May 9, 2013

Offering enterprise security for dense wireless environments, CCX certified WiSeMote™ WM1-50 includes location engine that delivers accurate locationing in beaconing with associated and CCX modes of operations. Tag family provides 2-way messaging and can also work with off-the-shelf access points for locationing through associated mode. In this mode, tags can work in Wi-Fi infrastructures with enterprise security using built-in 802.1X capability. Read More

electronic components & devices

Wireless M2M Combo Chip fosters integrated connectivity.

February 11, 2013

Suited for universal M2M communications applications, RS9113 M2MCombo™ chip integrates dual-band 802.11n Wi-Fi, ZigBee, and dual-mode BT 4.0 wireless connectivity. Self-contained solution accelerates product introduction by removing challenges involved in solving multiple wireless co-existence issues. It maintains connections on some or all interfaces, presenting virtual simultaneous multi-protocol connectivity that is key to fostering deployment in legacy and new wireless environments. Read More

labels, tags, signage & equipment

Wi-Fi RTLS Tags operate in 2.4 and 5 GHz bands.

April 13, 2012

With features targeting enterprise and industrial markets, WiseMote(TM) WM1-20 (2.4 GHz) and WM1-50 (2.4/5 GHz) 802.11n Wi-Fi RTLS tag devices work with any third-party hardware and software RTLS infrastructure. Specific Wi-Fi features include enterprise security and single stream 802.11n operation. Supporting multiple location tracking and update mechanisms, devices can be programmed to operate in Cisco Compatible Extensions (CCX), Wi-Fi associated, and beaconing modes. Read More

communication systems & equipment

Self-Contained 802.11n WiFi Module serves M2M Markets.

January 23, 2012

Fostering accelerated WiFi deployment, WiSeConnect(TM) provides feature set with Wi-Fi Direct(TM), Enterprise security, SEP 2.0, Embedded AP, and multiple host interfaces. Secure WiFi module is self-contained, with all hardware and software required for WiFi and regulatory compliance. Supplied in 35 x 22 mm package, product does not limit achievable WiFi throughput, operates with 3.3 V supply, and also comes in variants with single-band 2.4 GHz and dual-band 2.4/5 GHz operation. Read More

electronic components & devices

Wi-Fi Chipset integrates in smartphone application processors.

December 19, 2011

Addressing emerging markets for wire speed data transfers over wireless, Quali-Fi(TM) 802.11ac delivers Wi-Fi links on mobile devices under adverse RF environments. Product offers advanced beamforming, multi-user MIMO, LDPC, and flexible use of non-contiguous channels. Quali-Fi unit is accompanied by software framework that includes access point, Wi-Fi certified client, and Wi-Fi Direct(TM) functionality. Read More

material handling & storage

CCX-Compliant 802.11n Module supports WiFi® RTLS tags.

May 5, 2009

Offered as 802.11n single stream solution for asset tracking, Find-iT(TM) provides all control and wireless functionality required to build and deploy tags for 2-way communicating real-time location systems (RTLS). It can connect to standard Access Points in open and secure modes and provides network stack that originates or terminates TCP/IP and UDP connections with IPv6/IPv4 capability. Low power module includes antenna, frequency reference, power management, and flashed-in firmware. Read More

communication systems & equipment

Wireless Sensor Module operates on one battery for 3 years.

February 26, 2009

Based on Lite-Fi(TM) 802.11n technology, SenSiFi(TM) module (RS9110-N-11-31) provides all control and standards-compliant WLAN functionality with WPA2 security required to build and deploy wireless sensor nodes. It can collect full range of telemetry information through standard A/D sensor interfaces, and MCU implements embedded OS. Supplied in 31 x 44 mm QFN package, self-contained module also includes network stack that terminates TCP/IP and UDP connections with IPv6 capability. Read More

computer hardware & peripherals, test & measuring instruments

Serial-to-Wireless Modules provide 802.11n connectivity.

February 5, 2009

Operating in 2.4 GHz ISM band, serial wireless device server modules RS9110-N-11-21 and RS9110-N-11-22 provide industrial devices and other equipment with wireless connectivity to LANs without needing to install wireless networking software or network stack. They integrate Lite-Fi(TM) RS9110 chipset, integrated 802.11n SoC, RF transceiver, power amplifier, EEPROM, and external front-end components. Measuring 35 x 23 mm, modules support temperatures from -40 to +85°C. Read More

computer hardware & peripherals

Serial to Wi-Fi® Modules are suited for M2M communications.

January 27, 2009

Serial wireless device server modules RS9110-N-11-21/22, based on Lite-Fi(TM) RS9110 chipset (802.11n SoC), operate in 2.4 GHz ISM band and have interfaces to coexist with other radios in same band. While -21 module provides secure WLAN connectivity to systems connected to network through serial interface running SLIP, -22 module is fully integrated device server with complete TCP/IP networking stack, web server, WLAN driver, 802.11 enterprise security, and WLAN protocol. Read More

electronic components & devices

SiP Modules target battery-constrained mobile devices.

October 16, 2008

Based on Lite-Fi(TM) RS9110 802.11n SoC, SiP Modules integrate RF transceiver, power amplifier, EEPROM, and external front-end components. Units connect directly to antenna on line side, and to host processor through choice of SDIO, SPI, and EBI interfaces. SDIO interface permits data throughput of over 30 Mbps. With internal processor handling WLAN protocol functions and offloading layer-3 functions from host, modules enable WLAN functionality with little extra load on host processor. Read More

electronic components & devices

Convergence SoC handles 802.11n Wi-Fi, 802.16e Mobile WiMAX.

February 14, 2008

Incorporating 802.11n Wi-Fi® and 802.16e Mobile WiMAX® subscriber solutions, Lite-NMAX(TM) features ULP multi-threaded processor architecture that provides protocol handling within silicon and offload of some layer-3 functionality. Device functionality, partitioned and implemented in hardware as well as firmware, allows seamless switch-over between 802.11n/802.16e. In 802.11n mode, SoC provides 300 Mbps 2-stream MIMO downlink with all mandatory/optional features of Draft 3.0 standard. Read More

electronic components & devices

Mobile WiMAX Wave-2 Solution is designed for mobile devices.

February 27, 2007

Semiconductor platform for mobile devices, Lite-MAX(TM), offers wireless connectivity conforming to IEEE 802.16e-2005 standard. Supporting single- and dual-antenna MIMO configurations, solution offers all features of WiMAX Wave-2 profiles and everything necessary for creating mobile WiMAX subscriber unit. MAC functionality includes burst management, sleep modes, classification, policing, traffic shaping, security management, and link control. Read More

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