Talaria TWO Wireless Platform, a highly integrated, single-chip wireless solution - Innophase

April 28, 2020

A highly integrated, single-chip wireless solution for a wide range of low-power, battery-based IoT product designs is available from Innophase, San Diego, CA. The Talaria TWO System on a Chip (SoC) includes the company’s patented PolaRFusion™ radio — a complete 2.4 GHz radio built using a polar architecture that enables extreme low power and programmable functionality. It includes an Arm Cortex-M3 processor, memory, RF, baseband, PHY, and MAC functionality integrated into a small, single-chip design. The chip initially supports IEEE 802.11 b/g/n and Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE 5.0) standards.

The Talaria TWO Wireless Platform is a complete solution that meets the demanding low power requirements of IoT systems. It integrates the key components needed for an IoT node, including:

  • The industry’s lowest Power Save (DTIM) current consumption, delivering extended battery life of 50%+ in certain applications
  • Multiple wireless protocols for local area device communication and cloud connectivity
  • Embedded 80MHz Cortex-M3 microcontroller for platform control and optional application processing
  • Embedded RAM and Flash
  • Extensive set of peripheral interfaces
  • InnoPhase’s patented high-efficiency Digital Power Amplifier (DPA)
  • Unique high performance, flexible Low-Noise Amplifier (flexLNA) for excellent sensitivity over a wide range of frequencies and bandwidths
  • Integrated baluns, matching networks and switches
  • Reference and real-time oscillators


The Talaria TWO platform EVK hardware includes everything needed for evaluating the product’s performance plus preliminary product integration and development.

Features of the EVK hardware include:

  • Interface board plus mounted EVK reference board for easy evaluation
  • USB connectivity for power, loading programs into RAM, storing programs in embedded Flash memory, and terminal message printout
  • Connection to available GPIO through header pins
  • On-board chip antenna or optional external antenna through antenna connector
  • Header pins for an optional direct battery connection
  • Available port for measuring current consumption