ULP Wireless Quarter

ULP Wireless Q - Q4 Winter 2012

The latest issue of Nordic Semiconductor's quarterly technology magazine - ULP Wireless Quarter (Q) - is intended to keep interested parties up-to-date on what's happening with Nordic RF proprietary, ANT+, and Bluetooth low energy wireless technology.

The latest issue of Nordic Semiconductor's quarterly technology magazine - ULP Wireless Quarter (Q) - is now available. This publication is intended to keep interested parties up-to-date on what's happening with Nordic RF proprietary, ANT+, and Bluetooth low energy wireless technology.

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  • Opinion – How smart devices are the next frontier for ULP wireless
  • News – Nordic acclaimed 'ANT+ Premier Developer' in 2012 ANT+ Alliance Awards
  • News – A wireless proximity fob that doesn't need a smartphone
  • ULP Wireless Trends – Garmin and Polar battle it out in top five 2012 cycling watch list
  • News Extra – Nordic ANT+ and Bluetooth low energy combo chip to join nRF51 Series
  • Comment – Windows opens up to Bluetooth v4.0 app developers
  • Cover Story – Mapping the great indoors: In-Location Alliance aims to create an indoor version of GPS
  • ULP Product Selection Guide – 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
  • Fitness Focus – Bike power monitoring comes in from the cold
  • Battery Technology – The final Part 4 article in this series looks at the impact of high pulse drains on coin cell battery capacity
  • Inside the nRF51 Series – How Nordic's new nRF51 Series novel approach to software architecture has made it simpler to develop winning applications
  • In the Press – nRF51 Series: A big deal? (Incisor magazine)
  • In the Press – Wireless monitoring helps protect consumer health (Electronic Specifier Design)
  • Product Highlights – nRFready µBlue™ Desktop & nRFready 2.4GHz Smart Remote
  • People & Places behind Nordic Semiconductor – Joel Stapleton (Technical Product Manager, Bluetooth low energy, based in Trondheim, Norway)