Palma Ceia announces transceiver for IoT apps

Mountain View, California based Palma Ceia SemiDesign (PCS) – provider of analog and RF IP for next-generation WiFi, IoT and mobile communications, announced silicon-proven transceiver IP for IEEE 802.11ah HaLow, targeting low-power, long-range Internet-of-Things (IoT) applications.


The transceiver’s characteristics meet the specifications for IEEE 802.11ah HaLow, which  is a new standard developed to extend the range of traditional WiFi at significantly reduced power and to support a large number of connected devices.

The Palma Ceia IEEE 802.11ah HaLow transceiver provides the bandwidth and power consumption requirements of a new generation of IoT and mobile devices, where battery life and extended range are prerequisites for deployment. Palma Ceia’s IEEE 802.11ah HaLow Transceiver IP is designed for integration and verification in SoC designs where reliable performance and low unit costs replace expensive power-consuming alternatives.

James E. Flowers is the co-founder & chief operating officer of Palma Ceia.

The company has design operations in McKinney, Texas, and sales and support in China, Israel, Japan, Korea and Taiwan.

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