S332SoftDevice

Bluetooth 5 and ANT protocol stack

SoftDevice S332 is a combined Bluetooth 5 and ANT protocol stack for the nRF52832, supporting concurrent operation of the two.

It is a Bluetooth 5 qualified protocol stack that offers up to 20 concurrent links in all roles. It supports Bluetooth 5 features: 2 Mbps and channel selection algorithm #2. The number of connections and bandwidth per connection are configurable, offering memory and performance optimization.

It supports all ANT features and offers a variety of network topologies, including peer-to-peer, star and tree. Up to 15 individual configurable channels are available, with broadcast, acknowledged, or burst transfer communication.

SoftDevice S332 is available for download here.

Key Features
BLE/ANT
concurrent
Bluetooth 5
2 Mbps
Bluetooth 5
CSA #2
20 concurrent
links
All roles
(Ce+Pe+Br+Ob)
15
ANT channels
Network topologies
Timeslot
API

nRF52 SoftDevices

Bluetooth LE & ANT

Relevant SDKs

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nRF5 SDK

The Bluetooth LE and ANT software development kit

The nRF5 SDK is a high quality, thoroughly tested software development kit to accelerate your software development efforts for the nRF52 and nRF51 Series SoCs. It contains hundreds of useful firmware modules and examples to assist in building your application.
 

nRF52 Series SoCs

Compatible with SoftDevice S332

nRF52832 SoC

Versatile Bluetooth 5.2 SoC supporting Bluetooth Low Energy, Bluetooth mesh and NFC

64 MHz Cortex-M4 with FPU
512/256 KB Flash, 64/32 KB RAM
2.4 GHz transceiver
2 Mbps, 1 Mbps
Bluetooth Low Energy
Bluetooth mesh
+4 dBm TX power
128-bit AES
UART, SPI, TWI, PDM, I2S
PWM
12-bit ADC
NFC-A

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