Intel Unveils Wi-Fi 7 BE201 Card with CNVio3 Interface

Intel introduces Wi-Fi 7 BE201 card with CNVio3 interface, offering 5Gbps speeds, Bluetooth 5.4, and M.2 Type 2230/1216 options.

On June 1st, Intel announced details of its Wi-Fi 7 (802.11be) BE201 card, codenamed “Fillmore Peak 2,” in a support document released on May 27th. Unlike the BE200 and BE202 models which use PCIe/USB interfaces, the BE201 supports the latest CNVio3 interface.

The main specifications of the BE201 are similar to the BE200, supporting 2×2 TX/RX streams across 2.4GHz, 5GHz, and 6GHz bands, with a maximum speed of 5Gbps, significantly lower than the 40Gbps standard maximum rate.

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Additionally, the BE201 supports Bluetooth 5.4 and Bluetooth LE, available in two sizes: M.2 Type 2230/Key E (BE201NGW) and 1216 (BE201D2W). The M.2 Type 1216 variant will be soldered directly onto the PCB of devices, especially ultrabooks and NUC products.

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