The GS2101M series is a fully certified and secure Wi-Fi module that delivers quick, cost-effective integration of Wi-Fi connectivity into product designs. The series is available with an optional onboard PCB trace antenna or U.FL connector.
The GS2101M series is an ideal solution for organizations with limited Wi-Fi or RF expertise or for those seeking faster time to market, as it reduces RF design time and removes the burden of testing and certification. The module is IEEE 802.11b/g/n compliant, and meets major global regulatory and Wi-Fi Alliance certification requirements. These essential certifications combined with world-class support and advanced features, reduce the total cost of ownership by eliminating the need for external components in many use cases while extending battery life.
Intelligent design and ultra-low-power consumption make the GS2101M series ideal for various applications and environments, including smart energy, sensors, smart home, healthcare and fitness, industrial controls, commercial building automation, and consumer electronics. Leverage our Telit IoT Know-How program and learn how to quickly deploy cost-effective and future-proof solutions integrated with leading Wi-Fi technology from idea to market today.
Unique features and benefits:
Host-less mode (no external MCU), running full Wi-Fi and TCP/IP networking stack
Hosted mode, most comprehensive AT command library connecting to any 8/16/32-bit host microcontroller using UART, SPI or SDIO interfaces
High resolution sensing and energy measurement
Adds low power, high speed secure Wi-Fi and Internet connectivity to any device with a microcontroller and serial host interface
Certified module reduces development time, testing and certification, accelerating time to market
Full offload solution minimizes load on host processor
Easy smartphone provisioning with Limited AP or Wi-Fi Protected Set-up (WPS)
Ultra-low-power consumption through dynamic power management modes
The GS2101M series provides an easy, cost-effective solution for customers to add Wi-Fi to their embedded designs without having to master the complexities of wireless communication protocols.