NXP Development Kit | New Product Brief
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NXP Development Kit
NXP Semiconductors’ QN9090DK Development Kit is a highly versatile platform based on the feature-rich NXP QN9090 Bluetooth 5 SoC and is well-suited for developing a wide range of intelligent connected devices.
The QN9090 features a 48MHz Arm® Cortex®-M4 with 640KB of flash and 152KB of SRAM. It also integrates a high-performance 2.4GHz transceiver with low current consumption, high sensitivity, and high transmit power. The SoC is mounted on a module with a U.FL connector for RF signal testing, and the module plugs into the kit’s carrier board.
The carrier board includes a debugger, NFC tag, and various interfaces, including an Arduino header for expansion, with a generic expansion board included.
The kit is supported in the MCUXpresso, with additional tools to aid with IoT development and RF performance.
- QN9090T Bluetooth® 5 SoC: 48MHz Arm® Cortex®-M4, 640KB flash, 152KB SRAM
- RF Transceiver: BLE 5.0, Antenna Diversity
- -97dBm RX sensitivity
- Up to 11dBm TX output power
- QN9090 Module
- Mezzanine connector to carrier board
- U.FL connector for RF signal testing
- Carrier Board
- Link2 USB debug probe
- Power consumption measurement
- Arduino R3 header
- Generic expansion board with buttons, LEDs, USB to UART, plus more
- Development support:
- NXP MCUXpresso IDE and IAR Workbench
- NXP IoT Toolbox mobile app
- Connectivity QTool and Test Tool for Connectivity Products
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