CYPRESS SEMICONDUCTOR CYW20735 BLUETOOTH MCU | New Product Brief
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CYPRESS SEMICONDUCTOR CYW20735 BLUETOOTH MCU
Cypress Semiconductor’s CYW20735 is a highly integrated single-chip Bluetooth MCU that provides a small footprint solution for wireless input devices such as game controllers, remote controls, keyboards, and more.
The CY20735 includes an MCU subsystem based on a 96MHz Arm Cortex-M4 that runs the Bluetooth stack and application firmware and a separate Bluetooth subsystem that complies with Bluetooth 5.0 and supports LE 2Mbps data rates. The device also has a built-in security engine.
The Bluetooth radio offers excellent range and low power consumption, with programmable transmit power up to +12dBm and -94.5dBm receive sensitivity paired with low receive and transmit currents. The CY20735 operates from a 1.625V to 3.63V input and integrates buck and LDO regulators as well as a software-controlled power management unit to support ultra-low-power applications.
- MCU Subsystem: 96MHz Arm Cortex-M4 MCU with FPU
- SRAM: 384KB
- Bluetooth Subsystem: complies with Bluetooth 5.0
- LE 2Mbps support
- Hardware security engine: RSA, SHA2, AES, and more
- Excellent range:
- Programmable TX power: up to +12dBm
- RX sensitivity: -94.5dBm (BLE)
- Ultra-low-power radio:
- TX current: 18mA @ +12dBm
- RX current: 8mA
- Wide operating voltage: 1.625V to 3.63V
- Integrated Buck and LDO regulators
- Software-controlled power management unit
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