Qorvo's DW3210 is part of the DW3000 family of second-generation, fully integrated Impulse Radio Ultra-Wideband (UWB) wireless transceivers.
Based on the IEEE802.15.4z standard, the DW3210 implements enhanced security features.
DW3210 can achieve data rates of up to 6.8 Mbps while delivering precise positioning to within 10 cm for ranging and +/-5 degrees for angular measurement.
The DW3210 transceiver is interoperable with the Apple U1 chip (Beta Evaluation).
The DW3210 is FiRa™ compliant and supports Two-Way Ranging, Time Difference of Arrival (TDoA) and Phase Difference of Arrival (PDoA) implementations.
Optimized for low-power battery-operated operation, the DW3000 family of products is designed to be used in mobile, consumer, and industrial applications thanks to different small footprint package options and reduced external BOM.
|UWB Channels||5, 9|
|802.15 Standards||4a, 4z-BPRF|
|Security Features||4z Compliant + AES|
|Data Rate||850 kbps, 6.8 Mbps|
|Ranging Accuracy(cm)||< 10|
|Angle of Arrival(degrees)||< 5 (two chips required for AoA)|
|BOM Ext Components(#)||10|
|Voltage(V)||2.4 to 3.6|
|Package(mm)||5.0 x 5.0|
This Arduino shield can be used with the customer's choice of microcontroller. The Arduino shield form factor is supported by many MCU vendors including STMicroelectronics, Nordic Semiconductor and more.
The DWM3000EVB is designed to be compliant to the FiRa™ PHY and MAC specifications enabling interoperability with other FiRa™ compliant devices.
The DWM3000EVB is interoperable with the Apple U1 chip (Beta Evaluation).
Qorvo's DWM3001CDK Ultra-Wideband (UWB) Transceiver Development Kit is a development kit that features the DWM3001C module. This kit can be used to evaluate hardware performance as a TWR or TDoA Tag and build an evaluation real time location system (RTLS).
Two micro USB ports connect to the J-Link and DWM3001C USB interface. An on-board J-Link debugger provides SWD and UART interfaces to the DWM3001C. Two micro USB ports connect to the J-Link and DWM3001C USB interface. The board can be powered from either of these USB ports, a Raspberry Pi interface, a battery or an external power supply.
The DWM3001CDK is interoperable with the Apple U1 chip (Beta Evaluation).