IPQ4019 IPQ4029 what’s the difference?|802.11AC solution
DR40X9|IPQ4019/IPQ4029 Wave2 802.11AC wireless solution and Industrial Application
Difference between IPQ4019/IPQ4029 version:
1.IPQ4029 extra support 4.940GHz Frequency Range
2.IPQ4029 extra support 5MHz/10MHz Bandwidth
The IPQ4019 is a Wave-2 802.11ac system-on-chip (SoC) designed for routers, gateways, and access points. It was the first single-chip Wi-Fi SoC in the industry to incorporate Wave-2 802.11ac features, making it suitable for a wide range of home and enterprise networking products. The chip's highly-integrated, single-chip design combines dual-band 11ac, advanced Wi-Fi features, and network processing in various configurations to provide high-performance, power-efficient, and cost-effective network infrastructure products.
The IPQ4029 is a Wave-2 802.11ac system-on-chip (SoC) designed for routers, gateways, and access points. It was also the first single-chip Wi-Fi SoC to incorporate Wave-2 802.11ac features for a variety of home and enterprise networking products. The SoC's highly-integrated, single-chip design combines dual-band 11ac, advanced Wi-Fi features, and network processing in various configurations to provide high-performance, power-efficient, and cost-effective network infrastructure products.
DR40x9 Main Feature
Featuring with industrial-grade IPQ4019/IPQ4029 chipset
Integrated with 2x 2 5G high power Radio module and 2×2 2.4G high power Radio module
Support 4.940GHz to 5.825GHz Frequency Range
Support 2.400GHz to 2.482GHz
Support 2 x 5G MMCX Connectors and 2×2.4G MMCX
Support 5MHz/10MHz/20MHz/40MHz/80MHz Bandwidth
Support fixed data rate
RoHS compliance ensure a high level protection of human health and the environment from risks that can be posed by chemicals
Our Firmware supports all the modules of Quectel
DR4019/DR4029 with DR882
To meet the demands of industrial projects with specific networking requirements, Wallys offers the DR882 card as an add-on to the DR4019. By incorporating the DR882 card, the DR4019 solution can achieve tri-band functionality. This means it can support an additional frequency band, unlocking the power of tri-band Wi-Fi.
The combination of QCA9882, IPQ4019/IPQ4029, DR4019, and DR882 offers a powerful tri-band Wi-Fi solution that caters to industrial projects' unique demands. Whether it's a manufacturing facility, a warehouse, or a large-scale deployment, the tri-band feature ensures optimal performance, increased capacity, and reduced interference.
DR4019/DR4029 with DR7915
One of the key features of the IPQ4019 and IPQ4029 is their support for the latest Wi-Fi 6 (802.11ax) standard, which provides faster speeds, higher capacity, and improved reliability compared to previous Wi-Fi standards. Additionally, these solutions include advanced features such as MU-MIMO (Multi-User Multiple Input Multiple Output) and beamforming, which help to ensure that devices receive the best possible Wi-Fi signal, even in challenging environments.
To further enhance the performance of the IPQ4019 and IPQ4029, they can be paired with the MT7915, a high-performance Wi-Fi 6E (802.11ax) chipset developed by MediaTek.
The MT7915 is a networking solution developed by MediaTek that offers high-speed connectivity and advanced networking features. This solution is designed to provide reliable and efficient connectivity for a wide range of applications, from home and office networking to industrial and commercial environments.
When the DR7915 is inserted into the DR40X9 board, there are 4 radios that can work at the same time, and it can be used as a soft router.
Software/Hardware Customization Supported
If you are someone who values open-source firmware and desires advanced customization options, the Wallys DR40x9(IPQ4019/IPQ4029) solution offers the compatibility you seek with OpenWRT/openwifi. By combining the high-performance hardware components with the capabilities of OpenWRT, you can create a customized and powerful WiFi solution to meet your specific needs.
Wallystech, a renowned research and development company specializing in Linux and WiFi protocols, brings over a decade of expertise to the table. Their core focus lies in developing software modifications and compilations for Qualcomm chips, catering to diverse WiFi functional requirements of their esteemed clientele. With profound knowledge in driver and kernel development, they also excel in hardware design, particularly in RF circuit and baseband design, ensuring flawless signal integrity.