ULP Wireless Quarter

ULP Wireless Q - Autumn 2012

ULP Wireless Q - Autumn 2012

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.

 

CLICK ON THE IMAGE AND READ THIS 20-PAGE ISSUE TO LEARN ABOUT:

  • Opinion – How the new ANT nF51422 System-on-Chip (SoC) is founded on a long-term relationship between Nordic and Canadian company ANT Wireless
  • News – First proximity fob to operate with both Apple and Samsung smartphones
  • News – World's first Bluetooth low energy bike speed and cadence monitor
  • ULP Wireless Trends – Wireless biosensor could eliminate diabetic blood testing
  • News Extra – Official launch of Nordic's nRF51 Series SoCs at 134m high Holmenkollen ski jump in Oslo
  • News Extra – Nordic Global Tech Tour targets wireless 'appcessory' development
  • Cover Story – After nine years of success, what's next for ANT+, by freelance writer Jack Shandle
  • ULP Product Selection Guide – An at-a-glance summary of Nordic's entire current RF proprietary, ANT+, and Bluetooth low energy wireless technology product range, reference designs, and development tools.
  • Technology Briefing – The Chief Marketing Officer (CMO) at the Bluetooth SIG, Suke Jawanda, explains where Bluetooth v4.0 with Bluetooth low energy fits into the evolution of Bluetooth wireless technology to date through v1.0, 2.0, 2.1, and 3.0.
  • Battery Technology – Part 3 of in this series of articles continues with an in-depth analysis of how coin cell battery capacity is affected by pulse duty cycles
  • Inside the nRF51 Series – How Nordic's new nRF51 Series architecture has been fine-tuned to extend battery life in coin cell-powered wireless applications
  • In the Press – A view from Norway on the Internet of Things (EE Times)
  • In the Press – Nordic explains how its new nRF51 family of SoCs simplify wireless development and minimize power (EDN)
  • In the Press – Low energy ANT SoCs are world first (Low-Power Design)
  • Product Highlights – nRF24LU1+ OTP & nRF24Z1
  • People & Places behind Nordic Semiconductor – Carles Cufi (Senior Software Engineer based in Barcelona, Spain)