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Qorvo's DWM3001C is a fully integrated UWB module based on the Qorvo DW3110 IC. Integration of the DW3110 IC, nRF52833 BLE SoC, planar UWB antenna, accelerometer, power management and crystal simplifies the design cycle. The RF design is fully validated, tested and calibrated. Low power consumption allows powering from batteries for long periods, providing cost-effective implementation of UWB solutions.
The DWM3001C can be used in two-way ranging and TDoA applications.
The DWM3001C module is interoperable with the Apple U1 chip (Beta Evaluation).
The DWM3001C is designed to be compliant to the FiRa™ PHY and MAC specifications enabling interoperability with other FiRa™ compliant devices.
|UWB Channels||5, 9|
|MCU||Nordic Semiconductor nRF52833 Cortex-M4|
|Motion Sensor||STMicroelectronics LIS2DH12TR|
|Intended Applications||TWR Tag or Anchor, TDoA Tag or Anchor|
|Number of Tags||100s (TWR), 1000s (TDoA)|
|Battery Life||Months (TWR), Years (TDoA)|
|Location Accuracy(cm)||< 15 (2D), < 30 (3D)|
|Voltage(V)||2.5 to 3.6|
|Package(mm)||27 x 19.13 x 3.2|
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).