CL6000 Single-Chip Connectivity Solution with Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, and Doppler Radar for Accurately Locating Objects in IoT End Points and Commercial Applications

CL6000 Denali Product Family

CL6000 Denali product family, a single chip solution for client devices from Celeno Communications that combines Wi-Fi 6/6E, BT/BLE(Bluetooth/Bluetooth Low Energy) 5.0, and Celeno’s novel Wi-Fi Doppler Radar. This new device can provide connectivity and sensing solutions for devices such as consumer multimedia devices, IoT endpoints, home automation, industrial automation, healthcare applications, etc.


The CL6000 chips enable cloud connectivity with the latest Wi-Fi 6/6E standard, audio streaming, and onboarding use cases with BT and BLE 5.2 support, and sensing functions to enrich edge AI with valuable sensed data. The devices offer superior latency and robust connectivity even in most crowded applications such as high bandwidth 160MHz channels, the new, recently approved 6-7GHz spectrum band, MU-OFDMA, MU-MIMO, Beamforming, 1024QAM, WPA3 encryption, and Target Wake Time (TWT) for more efficient device power saving.


A single Wi-Fi device can be used to track an object’s location or sense its presence or motion characteristics without any additional Wi-Fi clients. The 5GHz and 6GHz bands standard Wi-Fi allows the device to see through walls without requiring line of sight and/or dependence on light. The product family consists of three main variants namely CL6025, CL6020, and CL6010 Chip.


Feature of CL6000 Denali Product Family

  • Maximum traffic throughput of 2.4Gbps
  • Internal RF Front End 
  • Triband switchable transceiver (2.4 / 5 / 6 GHz
  • CL6025 & CL6020 supports 2T2R(2 Transmit and 2 Receive) MIMO configuration
  • CL6010 supports 1T1R(1 Transmit and 1 receive) MIMO configuration
  • Host interfaces: PCIe-2 / USB3 / USB2 / UART
  • Wafer Level Chip Scale Package (WLCSP)

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