From Nordic: "Bluetooth Low Energy module with high link budget supports long range asset tracking and monitoring applications"
Apr 28, 2018
Nordic Semiconductor announces that SM Electronic Technologies, a Bengaluru, India-based electronic parts supplier, has employed Nordic?s?Bluetooth? Low Energy (Bluetooth LE) nRF52810 System-on-Chip (SoC) for its ?RADIANT SMBT-012018? module.
From Nordic: "Gunshot detection wearable uses Bluetooth Low Energy to wirelessly notify first responders when man-down vest is pierced"
Apr 26, 2018
DataSoft?s ?Automatic Injury Detection? sensor employs Nordic?s nRF52832 SoC to transmit low power alerts in combat or emergency situations
Augustine Nguyen, Applications Engineer at Symmetry Electronics, breaks down how Bluetooth 5 is changing the medical industry. Read about the exciting innovations that the newest version of Bluetooth can provide to healthcare IoT.
Augustine Nguyen, Applications Engineer at Symmetry Electronics, gives a short history on the evolution of Bluetooth and BLE. Read about the differences between Bluetooth versions.
Bluetooth Classic? Bluetooth Low Energy? When designing your application, it's just one or the other, right? Not exactly?
From Nordic: "Volume production of the Nordic Semiconductor nRF52840 SoC brings the most advanced, production-ready, multiprotocol wireless IoT solution to market with full Bluetooth 5 support, together with Bluetooth mesh and Thread support"
Apr 6, 2018
Together with Nordic?s latest nRF5 SDK and S140 SoftDevice (RF protocol stack), the high-end nRF52840 SoC allows developers to take advantage of all the benefits of Bluetooth 5.
Silicon Labs had the opportunity to sit down with cofounder and CTO Kevin Langdon to hear how the company got its start and what he sees for the future.
Watch the video to see Nordic Semiconductor demonstrating their?voice-enabled remote control reference design, based on either nRF52810 or nRF52832.
Mar 6, 2018
Bluetooth must think they have a winning solution to enter a market against so much competition. Read on to see how it compares to the established mesh standards.
Jan 24, 2018
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