Jalapeno

Jalapeno is a very powerful quad-core CPU based module with dual band concurrent radio supporting 802.11ac Wave2 technology

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Overview

Jalapeno is based on an IPQ4018 SoC from Qualcomm, which is extremely powerful quad core 700MHz CPU Cortex A7 CPU with NEON (high-performance media engine), ideal for routers, gateways and access points. It is a surface mountable, dual-sided, Wi- Fi enabled Linux module.

It comes with a high-power (23 dBm per chain) dual-band concurrent radio supporting 802.11ac Wave2 technology (2x2 MiMo) reaching 1.167 Gbps data rate. USB 3.0, USB 2.0, I2C, I2S, UART, GPIO are the interfaces available on the module together with two Gigabit Ethernet ports. SoC has hardware NAT engine and high-end security features like crypto engine, secure boot and others.

OpenWRT linux distribution source code is available on GitHub and is supported by our growing community on forum.

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Specs

CPU
IPQ4018, quad core 700MHz CPU Cortex A7 CPU with NEON
Memory
8 128 MB NAND and 8 MB NOR Flash, 256 MB DDR3 RAM
Frequency
2.4 and 5 GHz concurrent
Max output power
up to 22 dBm per chain
Wireless standard
802.11a/b/g/n/ac Wave2
Antenna
U.FL connectors for external antenna
Power supply
3.3V, max power consumption 12.75W
Available interfaces
USB 2.0, USB 3.0, I2C, I2S, TDM, SPI, UART, GPIO, JTAG and 2 x 1000 Base-T Ethernet ports
Size
32 by 47 mm

Development board details

1 - 2 x 1000 Base-T Ethernet ports
2 - 2 x USB Type-A sockets (2.0 and 3.0)
3 - Mini USB Type-A socket (console + power)
4 - Buttons (reset and user - GPIO connected)
5 - External LEDs
6 - 2.45 mm pitch prototyping are holes
7 - Heatsink mounting screws
8 - Jalapeno module

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