ULP Wireless Quarter

ULP Wireless Q - Autumn 2011

Q3 Autumn edition of Wireless Q

This quarterly publication of ULP Wireless Q is intended to keep interested parties up-to-date on what’s happening with Nordic nRF proprietary, ANT+, and Bluetooth low energy wireless technology at Nordic Semiconductor.

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  • A wireless muscle recovery device used by top Tour de France sprinter Mark Cavendish and the HTC Highroad cycling team
  • An RF/IR CE remote control platform with QWERTY keyboard from Philips Home Control
  • A wireless proximity fob collaboration between Nordic Semiconductor and Broadcom using Bluetooth v4.0 that can lock lost or stolen mobile devices
  • How Sony Ericsson has further extended its range of ANT+ equipped cell phones
  • Comment: How interoperability between different manufacturers’ Bluetooth chips remains key to Bluetooth’s success, by Svenn-Tore Larsen, Nordic CEO
  • An at-a-glance Selection Guide to Nordic’s complete product range
  • In Depth: How the Bluetooth SIG is targeting new markets by expanding its board, by Janine Love [Writer]
  • ANT Focus: How an ANT-powered wireless heart monitor is helping to cut health care costs
  • Business Briefing: A special ULP Wireless Q report on the history of the 2.4GHz band
  • In the Press: Bright future for ultra low power RF, by Jay Tyzzer (RF & Microwave DesignLine, U.S.)
  • In the Press: Inside Bluetooth low energy, by Mitsuo Yamazaki (Mycom Journal, Japan)
  • Product Highlights: nRF24AP2-USB single chip ANT solution and nRF2460 audio streamer
  • People & Faces behind Nordic Semiconductor: Gary Ho (Regional Sales Manager, China)
    and Kenneth Megård (Senior Application Engineer, Norway)