ULP Wireless Quarter

ULP Wireless Quarter - Autumn 2010

Click to download the ULP Wireless Quarter - Autumn 2010 issue

This quarterly publication is intended to keep interested parties up-to-date on what’s
happening with both proprietary and Bluetooth low energy wireless technology at Nordic
Semiconductor.

CLICK ON THE ABOVE IMAGE AND READ THIS 16-PAGE ISSUE TO LEARN ABOUT:

  • A reference design that brings 2.4GHz wireless control to mass-market remote controlled
    car racing toys.
  • The first ‘all-in-one’ CE universal remote control platform to offer RF, IR and a color
    display.
  • How health monitoring could save the public and private healthcare industry billions.
  • What’s new from Nordic: A closer look at the single-chip nRF24AP2-USB for ANT dongles.
  • Feature: How Home Automation Networks (HANs) and energy conservation are set to rev
    up the home automation market, by Jack Shandle.
  • ANT focus: How the use of ANT technology in the recent Tour de France allowed fans to
    watch live biker rider data such as power, speed, and heart rate over the Internet.
  • Comment: How to extract the most energy from coin cell batteries, by Kjartan Furset.
  • Application/Technical Briefing: The various wireless technologies Philips Home Control
    considered for its Bellagio RF remote control platform and why it selected Nordic.
  • Press articles: Wireless PC peripherals point the way forward for RF remote control, by
    Svenn-Tore Larsen, CEO of Nordic Semiconductor (Wireless Design & Development – U.S.).
  • Press articles: Getting started with Bluetooth low energy wireless technology, by Sébastien
    Mackaie-Blanchi and Alf Helge Omre (SIGnal newsletter, Bluetooth SIG)
  • Technical Briefing: How the key difference between Classic Bluetooth and Bluetooth low
    energy wireless technology is power consumption.
  • People & Faces behind Nordic Semiconductor: Sébastien Mackaie-Blanchi and Jan Honne
    Meyer – Nordic’s longest serving member of staff who has worked for Nordic since it was first
    formed in 1983.

 

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