MediaTek’s Filogic 130 and 130A offer better connectivity for IoT devices

It supports Wi-Fi 6 and Bluetooth 5.2

MediaTek Filogic

MediaTek has unveiled new system-on-chips that integrate a microprocessor, AI engine, Wi-Fi 6,  Bluetooth 5.2, and more to a range of IoT devices. The MediaTek Filogic 130 and Filogic 130A are the company’s newest solutions to help manufacturers develop more power-efficient and high-performing devices.

With smart devices being reliant on network connectivity, the Filogic 130 and Filogic 130A work to keep them consistently online through its support for Wi-Fi 6 and Bluetooth 5.2. Wi-fi features onboard include target wake time, MU-MIMO, MU-OFDMA, quality of service, and WPA3 Wi-Fi security.

Both chips are integrated with an Arm-Cortex-M33 microcontroller that is supported by the embedded RAM and external flash. The integrated front-end module unlocks support for low noise amplifier and power amplifier functions.

Devices powered by the new Fologic 130 and 130A will also be able to communicate via smart assistant thanks to the always-on microphones. The Filogic chips also promise far-field voice processing accuracy through the integrated HiFi4 DSP.

MediaTek also designed the chip to be flexible with the kinds of devices it’s able to power. Even smaller form factors will be supported and devices powered by Filogic chips promise low-power consumption alongside high-performance and efficiency.

Security capabilities are strengthened with support for secure boot and hardware crypto engines as well as a variety of interfaces including general-purpose IOs such as SPI, I2C, I2S, IR input, UART, AUXDC, PWM, and GPIO interfaces.

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