Airgain says an unnamed manufacturer of EV charging stations has selected Airgain’s NimbeLink embedded modems to provide connectivity to the manufacturer’s nationwide network of chargers.
Airgain’s line of NimbeLink embedded modems are end-device certified, and all RF components are included in the electronics, eliminating the need for RF design on the charger’s motherboard. The only requirement is a standard 20-pin connector, which allows for interchangeable modems and wireless modules.
“Connectivity is a catalyst to growth in EV charging,” says Brian Critchfield, VP of Marketing at Airgain. “With such rapid market growth upon us, manufacturers do not have time to wait for cellular carrier certification and often don’t have the RF engineers on staff to address the growing complexity in wireless. Airgain’s line of NimbeLink embedded modems simplifies wireless connectivity by offering an elegant solution that shortens time to market and eliminates the need for in-house RF expertise.”