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Industrial WiFi Transceivers – ACM-DB-2 & ACM-DB-3 – DATASHEET

Industrial WiFi Transceivers

Doodle Labs’ portfolio of Industrial Wi-Fi transceivers offer the industry’s best-in-class performance. These transceivers have high transmit power for long-range communication and has been designed to withstand operation in extremely challenging environments. In addition, these transceivers feature high interference immunity that allows successful operation in today’s congested Wi-Fi environments. The transceivers are FCC, CE, and IC certified and have been deployed in numerous demanding applications.

ACM-DB-2 & ACM-DB-3

ACM-DB-2 2×2 MIMO streams, Dual Band, software select-able 2.400~2.482 GHz and 5.15~5.85 GHz ISM Frequency Bands 27 dBm Tx power, -97 dBm Rx sensitivity, Integrated LNA, high interference resistance, -40 to +85°C operating temp, Antenna port protection, MMCX/U.FL connectors, Hardware RF Kill for aviation, open source ath10k driver, long life cycle, global certifications. ACM-DB-3 3×3 MIMO streams, Dual Band, software select-able 2.400~2.482 GHz and 5.15~5.85 GHz ISM Frequency Bands 29 dBm Tx power, -100 dBm Rx sensitivity, Integrated LNA, high interference resistance, -40 to +85°C operating temp, Antenna port protection, MMCX/U.FL connectors, Hardware RF Kill for aviation, open source ath10k driver, long life cycle, global certifications.

Key Features

Low SWaP
Fast Integration
Long Range
Affordable

Common Integrations

Unmanned Aerial System
Drones/UAVs
UGVs
AMRs
Mobile Robotics
TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS
Ordering Code ACM-DB-3M with MMCX connectors
ACM-DB-3U with U.FL connectors
Radio Configuration3x3 MIMO, Dual Band
Special Features
– Extended lifespan with planned availability for long time
– Extreme Reliability, IPC Class 2 standard with Class 3 options
– Compliant to MIL-STD-202G, Qualified for high shock/vibration environments
Design-In Documentationhttps://www.doodlelabs.com/technologies/technical-library/
Software SupportOpen Source Linux Drivers
ath10k for 11ac models
OpenWRT (Wireless Router/Linux OS)
Center Frequency Range5.180 GHz ~ 5.825 GHz
2.412 GHz ~ 2.484 GHz
This varies by the regulatory domain
Channel Bandwidth* 20, 40 and 80 MHz channels
Radio Modulation/Data
Rates (Dynamic Link
Adaptation)
802.11ac: MCS0-9 (5.x GHz)
802.11a: 6, 9, 12, 18, 24, 36, 48 and 54 Mbps (5.x GHz)
802.11n: MCS0-23 (5.x and 2.4 GHz)
802.11b/g: 1, 2, 5.5, 6, 9, 11, 12, 18, 24, 36, 48 and 54 Mbps (2.4 GHz)
802.11ac Wave 1
Capabilities
802.11 dynamic frequency selection (DFS) as an AP and Client
• Packet aggregation: A-MPDU (Tx/Rx), A-MSDU (Tx/Rx), Maximal ratio
combining (MRC), Cyclic shift diversity (CSD), Frame aggregation, block ACK,
802.11e compatible bursting, Spatial multiplexing, cyclic-delay diversity
(CDD), low-density parity check (LDPC), Space Time Block Code (STBC)
• Phy data rates up to 1.3 Gbps (80 MHz channel)
802.11n version 2.0
Capabilities
802.11 dynamic frequency selection (DFS) as an AP and Client
• Packet aggregation: A-MPDU (Tx/Rx), A-MSDU (Tx/Rx), Maximal ratio
combining (MRC), Cyclic shift diversity (CSD), Frame aggregation, block ACK,
802.11e compatible bursting, Spatial multiplexing, cyclic-delay diversity
(CDD), low-density parity check (LDPC), Space Time Block Code (STBC)
• Phy data rates up to 450 Mbps (40 MHz channel)
Operating Modes AP, Client, and Adhoc modes for Access Point, PtP, PtmP, and Mesh networks
MAC ProtocolTDD with Carrier Sense Multiple Access with Collision Avoidance (CSMA/CA)
Wireless Error CorrectionFEC, ARQ
Wireless Data Security128 bit AES, WEP, TKIP and WAPI hardware encryption. Support for IEEE
802.11d, e, h, i, k, r, v, w and time stamp standards
ADDITIONAL RF SPECIFICATIONS IN 5 GHZ
ModelACM-DB-2ACM-DB-3
Tx/Rx SpecificationRadio ModulationCoding RateTx Power (±2dBm)²Rx Sensitivity (Typ)Radio ModulationCoding RateTx Power (±2dBm)²Rx Sensitivity (Typ)
5 GHz (20 MHz Channel) – 11ac models
802.11a, STBCBPSK1/225-94BPSK1/227-96
802.11a64 QAM3/420-7764 QAM3/422-81
802.11ac, 802.11nBPSK1/225-95BPSK1/227-96
802.11ac, 802.11n16 QAM3/423-8216 QAM3/425-84
802.11ac, 802.11n64 QAM5/620-7564 QAM5/622-75
802.11ac256 QAM3/418 -71256 QAM3/420-72
5 GHz (40 MHz Channel) – 11ac models
802.11ac, 802.11nBPSK1/2 25-91BPSK1/227-93
802.11ac, 802.11n16 QAM3/4 23-7916 QAM3/425-81
802.11ac, 802.11n64 QAM5/620-7264 QAM5/622-75
802.11ac256 QAM 5/618-66256 QAM5/620-68
5 GHz (80 MHz Channel) – 11ac models
802.11acBPSK1/224-87BPSK1/226-87
802.11ac16 QAM3/422-7516 QAM3/424-78
802.11ac64 QAM5/619-6964 QAM5/62172
802.11ac256 QAM5/617-62256 QAM5/619-65
ADDITIONAL RF SPECIFICATIONS IN 2.4 GHZ
ModelACM-DB-2ACM-DB-3
Tx/Rx SpecificationRadio ModulationCoding RateTx Power (±2dBm)²Rx Sensitivity (Typ)Radio ModulationCoding RateTx Power (±2dBm)²Rx Sensitivity (Typ)
2.4 GHz (20 MHz Channel) – 11ac models
802.11b
Single Stream, STBC
1 MbpsCCK27-961 MbpsCCK29-100
802.11g64 QAM3/422-7964 QAM3/424-80
802.11nBPSK1/227-93BPSK1/229-95
802.11n16 QAM3/425-8116 QAM3/427-83
802.11n64 QAM5/622-7464 QAM5/624-76
2.4 GHz (40 MHz Channel) – 11ac models
802.11nBPSK1/227-90
BPSK1/229-91
802.11n16 QAM 3/425-7816 QAM3/427-80
802.11n64 QAM5/622-7164 QAM5/624-73
ADDITIONAL RF PERFORMANCE INFORMATION
Antenna Signal Strength-35 to -85 dBm (Recommended), Absolute Maximum=+12 dBm
Interference ImmunitySAW filters on RF ports for immunity against high power cellular
transmissions in the neighboring 2.4 GHz bands.
Antenna port isolation for concurrent
operation
Up to +10 dBm signal strength for 5 GHz signal without degrading
2.4 GHz operation
Up to +5 dBm signal strength for 2.4 GHz signal without
degrading 5.x GHz operation
Integrated Antenna Port Protection10 kV
Receiver LNA Gain>10 dB
Receiver Adjacent Channel Rejection
(ACR)
>18 dB @ 11a, 6 Mbps (Typ)
Receiver Alternate Channel Rejection
(ALCR)
>35 dB @ 11a, 6 Mbps (Typ)
Receive chain Noise Figure +6 dB
Transmitter Adjacent Channel Leakage
Power Ratio (ACLR)
45 dB (Fc ± ChBW)
Transmitter Spurious Emission
Suppression
-40 dBc
RF Power control In 0.5 dBm steps. Accuracy of power calibration loop ±2 dBm.
Each transceiver individually calibrated and tested.
RF Hardware Disable (RF Kill)Pin 20 of miniPCI-E interface. (Required for FAA compliance)
PHYSICAL, ENVIRONMENTAL AND OTHER SPECIFICATIONS
Product ImageTransceivers
Host InterfaceminiPCI-Express 1.2 Standard
Host CPU Board Any CPU board with miniPCIe interface
Operating Voltage 3.3 Volts from miniPCI-Express connector
Power Consumption
5.3W @ Max power, in continuous data transfer mode on all chains
2.5W @ 20 dBm power (ETSI max), in continuous data transfer mode on all chains
0.9W in continuous data receive mode
250 mW in Sleep mode
Temperature range-40°C to +85°C (shield case)
Humidity (Operating)0% – 95% (Non-condensing)
Dimensions 30 x 50 x 4.75 mm, 12 grams. High Res Photos – Mechanical drawings and 3D-CAD
files available upon request
MTBF27 years
Regulatory
Requirements
Designed and Verified to meet various regulatory requirements. Formal testing and
approval is required based on the Integrator’s particular host platform and antenna
type. The Integrator is also responsible for obtaining all required regulatory
approvals in target markets for the finished product.
FCC ID2AG87DLM168N
CE/ETSI
Conforms with all the requirements of the European Directive 1999/5/EC – EN 301
893 V1.8.1, EN 300 328 V.2.2.2, EN 301 489-1 V1.9.2, EN 301 489-17 V2.2.1, EN
60950-1:2006 + A11:2009 + A1:2010 + A12:2011+ A2:2013
Industry Canada (IC)21411-DLM1683
RoHS/WEEE ComplianceYes. 100% Recyclable/Biodegradable packaging

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