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RF WLAN FEM extends mobile device and router ranges

RF WLAN FEM extends mobile device and router ranges
Microchip has today introduced a new 2.4 GHz, 50 ohm matched RF WLAN front-end module for Bluetooth, 802.11b/g/n and 256-QAM Wi-Fi applications. Designated the SST12LF09, it integrates a transmitter power amplifier, a receiver low-noise amplifier, and a low-loss, single-pole three-throw antenna switch for Bluetooth connectivity.
25th November 2013

Bluetooth SmartController powered by harvested energy

Bluetooth SmartController powered by harvested energy
EM Microelectronic introduce the EM9301 ultra-low power Bluetooth SmartController. Powered only by harvested energy or low voltage eco-friendly zinc-air batteries, the EM9301 can send advertising broadcasts to passing smartphones. An embedded microcontroller and a perfectly matched PCB loop antenna directly connected to the EM9301’s antenna pins enabled the total cost to be minimised.
21st November 2013

PIC32 Bluetooth audio development kit from Microchip

PIC32 Bluetooth audio development kit from Microchip
Microchip introduce the new PIC32 Bluetooth Audio Development Kit. Delivering up to 24-bit 192 kHz audio, this full-featured devkit enables custom application development on the PIC32 microcontrollers for Bluetooth and USB digital audio solutions. Shipping with audio streaming demo code, the new PIC32 devkit has been tested with over 100 different Bluetooth audio-enabled devices from 18 different manufacturers.
22nd October 2013

Ahead of the game

Ahead of the game
With shipments expected to increase rapidly over the coming years, semiconductor manufacturers are now competing against each other to offer the best solution for Bluetooth v4.0, as ES Design magazine Editor, Philip Ling discovers in this article.
22nd October 2013

Making the right connections

Wireless connectivity is rapidly becoming a ‘must-have’ feature across all sectors, providing everything from cable replacement to internet connectivity; even turning everyday objects in to full-function web-servers.
22nd October 2013

Alpha Micro adds Laird's Bluetooth modules

Growing demand for Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE) devices has prompted Alpha Micro Components to extend its product portfolio with the addition of Laird Technologies’new Bluetooth v4.0 Dual-Mode Modules.  The new series offer dual-mode, or Bluetooth Smart Ready support, enabling connections to devices that support BLE and Classic (pre-v4.0) Bluetooth.
21st October 2013

Let your creativity flow

With Android recently announcing native support for Bluetooth Smart, Paul Williamson, Director of Low Power Wireless at CSR, explains how the ecosystem and low-cost, easy to use tools are now in place for fast and flexible appcessory development.
18th October 2013

Updated version of Laird Connection Manager released

Laird Technologies have today announced the release of an updated version of the Laird Connection Manager. This new version will enable administrators of mobile computers and other business-critical mobile devices to save time and resources by configuring and managing WiFi and Bluetooth radios from a single simplified interface.
18th October 2013

Bluetooth IC supports multiple communication methods

Bluetooth IC supports multiple communication methods
Toshiba have announced a new Dual Mode Bluetooth IC that is compliant with the latest Bluetooth v4.0 communication standard. The new TC35661SBG-501 IC can support both Bluetooth Classic and Low Energy communication methods and will find applications in a range of wireless data communication devices such as remote controllers, sensor devices, toys, medical equipment and smartphone accessories.
17th October 2013

Bluetooth SIG Assembles Notable Judging Panel for Annual Bluetooth Breakthrough Awards

The Bluetooth Special Interest Group (SIG) today announced a roster of industry luminaries who will form the judging panel for the 2014 Bluetooth Breakthrough Awards, the SIG’s official technology innovation recognition program. Selected for their insights and understanding of the wireless and consumer electronics markets, the panel will judge finalists in the four Breakthrough categories: Product, Application, Prototype and Student. Bluetooth Breakthrough Award finalist and winners will be featured at media events throughout the winter and spring of 2014 in addition to receiving development and sensor kits from award sponsors CSR, Nordic Semiconductor and Texas Instruments. If you are building a product better with Bluetooth technology, you cannot afford to miss the opportunity to submit for the Bluetooth Breakthrough Awards.
10th October 2013

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