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Bluetooth Low Energy is a ubiquitous technology that provides interoperable wireless connectivity to battery-operated devices. Nordic Semiconductor are leaders in ultra-low power wireless technologies and have been instrumental in the development of the Bluetooth Low Energy standards.
4 billion devices with Bluetooth technology will ship this year alone!
Bluetooth Low Energy capability can be found in all modern mobile phones, tablets, laptops, smartwatches and fitness trackers, amongst numerous other types of devices.
In this webinar recording, you will learn about Bluetooth Low Energy technology and how it is evolving to meet the needs of emerging applications. With the latest adoptions, Bluetooth LE offers higher throughput, longer range and direction-finding capabilities. In addition, LE Audio is just around the corner and is set to introduce new and immersive audio experiences.
This webinar recording introduces the Bluetooth Low Energy wireless technology. Content:
- Topology and roles
- Throughput and range
- Direction Finding
- LE Audio
PDF slides for the webinar are available to download from Nordic DevZone.
If you are looking to get hands-on developing your first Bluetooth Low Energy prototype, the full range of Nordic Semiconductor Bluetooth Low Energy development kits are available to purchase at RS Online.
Nordic Short Range Wireless (Bluetooth Low Energy) Development Kits:
- nRF52833 DK - 512kB Flash, 128kB RAM - Good for most applications
- nRF52840 DK - 1024kB Flash, 256kB RAM - Choose for more complex designs, or if you also wish to experiment with Thread and Zigbee and 802.15.4
- nRF5340 DK - Development Kit for Nordic's newly released dual-core nRF53 series devices.