Broad portfolio of ANT SoCs

Adding ANT connectivity to your product?

We offer a broad portfolio of wireless multiprotocol System-on-Chips (SoCs) supporting the ANT wireless protocol. All our SoCs are extremely advanced and power efficient, but all have different feature sets and memory configurations. Our customers select us because we offer high quality SoCs with ultra-low power consumption, ANT protocol stacks with excellent interoperability and easy-to-use software and tools. The complete solution for building end-products with ANT connectivity. In addition, we offer free technical support for anyone, guiding you through the whole product development process.

Our solution is an ideal fit for a wide range of ultra low power wireless applications, including sensors and hubs for sports, fitness and healthcare products.

Explore our ANT solutions below!

Introduction to ANT, the nR5340 SoC and nRF Connect SDK

Part of the Garmin Developer Virtual Conference 2022

Getting Started with ANT for nRF Connect SDK

Introducing ANT support to the nRF5340 SoC and nRF Connect SDK

The ANT advantage

Efficient and flexible

ANT is an ultra-low power wireless protocol operating in the 2.4 GHz ISM band that is especially suited for battery-operated products. Its outstanding power efficiency has made it a popular choice for wireless applications in the fields of sports and fitness, and health and wellness.



Lightweight protocol with interoperability

The easy-to-use lightweight protocol helps developers create wireless products with a small memory footprint. The ANT+ managed network gives vendors product interoperability, including a broad set of application-specific profiles allowing products to exchange data and work together.

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ANT Wireless is a division of Dynastream Innovation


ANT features

Network size 65 535
Number of channels 125
Frequency agility Yes, adaptive
Encryption AES 128 + 64-bit key
Pairing Yes
Access control Network IDs
Data throughput 0.5 Hz to 200 Hz x 8 Byte messages