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Riot Micro out of stealth mode with NB-IoT/LTE Cat M1 baseband
Release on :2017-12-05
Riot Micro, a Vancouver LTE start-up, comes out of stealth mode today to announce it is sampling a baseband processor for the NB-IoT and LTE Cat M1 standards which claims to beat existing chips for power and price.
The chip isdesignated RM1000 and comes in an 8 x 8-mm 68-pad QFN package or a 3.5 x 3.2-mm WLCSP.
The processor, made on TSMC’s 55nm process, draws about 20mA from a 3.7-V battery when handling 23-dBm transmissions and less than 2 µA in sleep mode.
The intention is to drive prices down to Bluetooth levels.,
Previously known as Wimatek Systems, a software and algorithm company, Riot Micro switched to becoming a semiconductor company three years ago when CEO Peter Wong (pictured) joined the company.
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