Electronic Products & Technology



News
January 21, 2019 by EP&T Magazine

First battery-free Bluetooth sticker sensor tag demonstrated

Amazon Web Services, Avery Dennison and Samsung join Wiliot’s original investor group, anticipating a future where paper thin battery-free Bluetooth sensors connect people with packaging and products.
Product
October 21, 2018 by Stephen Law

Module speeds integration and enhances time to market for BLE applications

LAIRD CONNECTIVITY Nordic Semiconductor BL651 Series Bluetooth 5 module series simplifies the process of bringing wireless designs to market. Device is a cost-effective solution for simple Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE) applications that provides all the capabilities of the Nordic nRF52810…
News
March 7, 2018 by EP&T Magazine

element14 launches Bluetooth design challenge

The latest design challenge encourages development of new projects leveraging Bluetooth technology
Product
December 19, 2017 by Stephen Law

Bluetooth module delivers ultra-low-power Bluetooth 5 functionality

MURATA WSM-BL241 Bluetooth low energy module is based on a Nordic nRF52832 system-on-chip (SoC) and provides ultra-low-power Bluetooth 5 functionality in a small package, ideal for Internet of Things (IoT), asset-tracking, beacon and medical applications. Low power device combines a built-in Arm Cortex-M4 core, 512 Kbytes of…
Product
May 6, 2017 by Stephen Law

Ultra-miniature Bluetooth chip suits IoT, portable devices

EM MICROELECTRONIC Bluetooth integrated circuit is ultra-miniature, making it suitable for the densification of functions in portable electronic devices and for the Internet of Things. Device has low energy consumption, thus increasing the autonomy of connected objects. Product’s high-speed start-up…
Feature
April 25, 2017 by Jonathan Kaye, director of product management, Connectivity Solutions Business Unit, Laird

Going the distance: LoRa+BLE makes it possible for IoT to go nearly anywhere geographically

IoT networks that utilize low-power Bluetooth Low Energy (aka BLE and previously marketed as Bluetooth Smart) can be deployed in nearly any physical space, given its small footprint and energy-miser architecture—which enable small wireless sensors and controls to operate on…