It communicates using the 802.11ad protocol over an IF signal at 15 GHz. The QCA6335 chipset when combined with the QCA6310 chipset can communicate over the 60 GHz unlicensed frequency band at speeds of 4.6 Gbps using a single carrier transmission.
Includes dedicated ground pins for improved grounding, mechanical strength, and thermal continuity and employs DAC/ADC, BB amplification and filtering, and conversion from IQ modulation to IF signaling at 15 GHz. Supports single carrier modulation from BPSK up to 16 QAM and implements the IEEE 802.11ad-2012 MAC protocol. Also, supports immediate BA exchange protocol on top of implementing reverse direction.
Industry-leading throughput (4.6 Gbps PHY) with low power consumption
Supports up to eight simultaneous RF modules for unparalleled coverage and range. Each RF module packs 32 antennas in a small package enabling up to 30 dBi of directivity and implements QTI beam forming technology
Supports receive diversity to improve quality and reliability of wireless interface
Supports two physical PCIe generation 2.0 ports
Supports a SPI interface to connect to an external FLASH for storing product configuration information
Requires only a single coaxial connection to the RF module
Supports FST, which enables fast transparent switching between WLAN bands to deal with user mobility, dynamic channel conditions, and so on
Supports control PHY modulation, which can detect and decode signals in ultra-low SNRs, lower than 0 dB