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Mouser now stocking Sterling-LWB5+ modules

Mouser is now stocking the Sterling-LWB5+ modules from Laird Connectivity.

These modules are designed to deliver Wi-Fi 5 (802.11ac) and Bluetooth 5.1 communications to next-generation Internet of Things (IoT) devices such as battery-powered medical devices, industrial IoT sensors, rugged handheld devices, and other connectivity solutions.

These modules are powered by the Infineon CYW4373E solution, supporting reliable and secure performance in industrial IoT settings. Intended for harsh environments, the Sterling-LWB5+ modules boast a solder-down module form factor to minimize the effects of vibration and impacts, as well as an industrial temperature rating of minus 40 to plus 85 Celsius.

The range of modules provides for several small-form-factor PCB modules with options for integrated and pre-certified external antennas, as well as a couple of M.2 form factor solutions for increased host integration flexibility for designers’ Linux platforms.

For optimum integration Laird Connectivity has also produced and certified a range of internal and external antennas, along with a reverse polarity SMA cable assembly specifically for Sterling-LWB5+ modules. The antenna range includes the proven internal FlexPIFA, Nanoblade and Mini Nanoblade Flex antennas as well as an external dipole antenna.

The modules support the latest WPA3 security standards, and the devices’ integrated power amplifier and low-noise amplifier (LNA) ensure reliable connectivity even in challenging RF environments. The Sterling-LWB5+ devices are available in multiple antenna options and are certified to FCC, IC, CE, MIC, AS/NZ and Bluetooth SIG certification.

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Neil Tyler

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