Dual Band 2x2 802.11ac RF Single Chip 

The CL2200 is a powerful, highly integrated and cost effective dual band 2x2 802.11ac single chip with PCIe interface that offers speeds of up to 867 Mbps for a variety of home networking applications. The solution delivers the increased coverage and high throughput performance required for high quality video and media applications in the home.

The CL2200 integrates above standard vlue-add functionalities based on Celeno's edge software technologies. These include:

  • OptimizAIR® technology enabling provisioning, enforcement and dynamic allocation of Wi-Fi resources per multiple virtual network (SSID), per service, per device and per traffic direction all served by the same Wi-Fi access point
  • ControlAIR® smart multi-AP controller software enabling harmonious and synchronized co-existence among multiple AP deployments 


  • 802.11ac Dual band operation compatible with legacy 802.11n networks
  • Dynamic 80/40/20MHz bandwidth utilization in 5GHz band and 40/20MHz in 2.4GHz
  • 256QAM in 2.4GHz band for increased data transfer efficiency
  • Explicit and Implicit beam forming support
  • Dual band 2T2R mode with data rate of up to 867Mbps
  • Real time channel aware adaptive rate selection eliminates packet loss and maximizes throughput
  • Dynamic interference immunity
  • Integrated Dual Band PA/LNA/RF switch for cost effective and compact solutions
  • Real time antenna diversity support to increase coverage


  • Integrated OptimizAIR® video-grade performance and functionality
  • Airtime Management technology intelligently manages Quality of Service among multiple virtual networks (SSIDs), each with multiple services
  • Transmit beam forming for increased coverage
  • Cost effective PCIe bus and architecture
  • Highly integrated: MAC, PHY and Radio
  • Optimized RF architecture for superb performance and low power consumption
  • Flexible RF frontend options: external, internal or mixed (iPA, eLNA)
  • Built-in eFUSE eliminating the need for external EEPROM and reducing RBOM