Inpixon nanoLOC

High Performance RF Transceiver for Location Awareness and Robust Wireless Communication

Product photography for the Inpixon nanoLOC Chirp RTLS transceiver chip, formerly knows as the nanotron nanoLOC

The Inpixon nanoLOC transceiver is a low-power, highly integrated mixed signal chip. This 2.4 GHz long range Chirp Spread Spectrum (CSS) transceiver transmits and receives wireless data packets for robust wireless communication, ranging capabilities and RTLS.

Supporting a freely adjustable center frequency with three non-overlapping frequency channels, amongst others, Inpixon nanoLOC enables multiple physically independent networks and improved coexistence with existing 2.4 GHz wireless technologies.

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Key Benefits

Precision Accuracy

Achieve long range positioning accuracy of less than 1 meter - unattainable with UWB, BLE or Wi-Fi.

3 in 1

Enable concurrent TDoA-based tracking, ToF-based ranging and wireless communication with a single chip.


Use in conjunction with Wi-Fi and Bluetooth with Carrier Sense Multiple Access (CSMA).

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Technical Specifications

Typical Range in Mining Tunnel1
100 – 300 m
Typical Location Accuracy
1-3 m
Supply Voltage
2.3 to 2.7 V
Output Power
-33 to 0 dBm
Data Rates
125 kbps to 2 Mbps
Receiver sensitivity (FEC on)
up to -97 dBm
Current consumption TX
30 mA @ 0 dBm
Current consumption RX
Starts at 33 mA
SPI interface
27 Mbps, agent mode only
RSSI sensitivity
-95 dBm
7 x 7 x 1 mm

1 Depends on topology and antenna. Signal amplified to +20 dBm



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