Learn how Silicon Labs' EFR32BG22 Bluetooth Low-Energy 5.2 SoC family meets the requirements for power and performance required to build IoT devices and other battery-powered products capable of sustained operation of over five to ten years.
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In this article, we will take a look at the XDK110 rapid prototyping kit, characterize its hardware, explore its software environment, and demonstrate connecting the device to the MQTT messaging service.
April 12, 2018 by Mark Hughes
Designing for the IoT comes with a unique set of challenges that require unique hardware solutions to overcome. Learn how smart passive sensors (SPSs)—sensors that function without a battery and without a microcontroller—are an example of IoT-specific design.
December 05, 2017 by ON Semiconductor
The next step of wide-area wireless connection is to bring the power of wireless to machine type communications (MTC). This will drive a revolution in services that will span sectors as diverse as manufacturing, city management, transportation, and energy.
October 17, 2017 by Emmanuel Gresset, CEVA
The latest Bluetooth Specification provides features that allow increased speed and increased transmission distance. This article provides information about the various bit data paths used in the latest specifications.
July 31, 2017 by Mark Hughes