BL5340 Series RF Module by Laird Connectivity

BL5340 Series RF Module by Laird Connectivity

BL5340 Series RF Module by Laird Connectivity The BL5340 Series from Laird Connectivity are multi-core Bluetooth 5.2 + 802.15.4 (Thread and Zigbee) + NFC Modules. These small, robust modules are available in two variants: main module (BL5340 with nRF5340) or power amplified variant (BL5340PA with nRF5340 + nRF21540). The modules feature dual core Arm® Cortex M33 microcontrollers which can run a...
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Smart Device Vehicle Integration

Courtesy of Laird Laird’s Connected Vehicle Solutions Division on Smart Device Integration (SDI), demonstrating the combination of charging solutions and best reception for smart phones inside a vehicle. Learn more about Laird’s Smart Device Vehicle Integration.

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OPTIMIZED BLUETOOTH LOW ENERGY MODULE FROM LAIRD SIMPLIFIES BLUETOOTH 5 UPGRADE AND SPEEDS TIME TO MARKET

Courtesy of Laird Global technology leader Laird (LRD: London) has unveiled its new SaBLE-x-R2 2.4GHz Bluetooth low energy (BLE) module. The SaBLE-x-R2 builds on the original field-proven hardware of the SaBLE-x module to provide a simple and easy upgrade path for Bluetooth 5 connectivity. Bluetooth technology continues to drive the Internet of Things (IoT) worldwide through billions of connected…

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Laird Launches Industry’s Thinnest, Smallest Ceiling-Mounted Wideband Antenna

29 Mar 2017 Ultra-thin sphere antenna delivers superior performance and reliability for in-building wireless connectivity The telecom industry’s thinnest, smallest ceiling mounted wideband antenna that is more efficient and meets the design needs of office and apartment buildings, hotels, airports, and other large coverage areas, was announced today by global technology leader Laird (LRD: London)….

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A Match Made in IoT: How Bluetooth® Smart and LoRaWAN™ Technologies can be Joined to Dramatically Change the Range of Wireless IoT Implementations

Jonathan Kaye – Director of Product Management – Connectivity Solutions, Laird  – Courtesy of www.design.avnet.com Every product engineer I know is up to their eyeballs in IoT (Internet of Things) design projects. Their pipeline is full of initiatives related to designing and deploying ultra-low power wireless devices and networks of devices for every industry under the…

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Laird enables greater security for enterprise IOT with new wireless

Global technology leader Laird (LRD: London) introduces a small, powerful, energy-efficient, stand-alone Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE) and Near Field Communication (NFC) certified module with robust security and an easy to use programming language which enables rapid development of secure connectivity for the Enterprise Internet of Things (EIoT). Over the next four years, researchers predict the…

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Nordic Semiconductor nRF52 Series based Bluetooth low energy module with broad array of certifications and antenna options is launched by Laird

The Laird BL652 module, employing Nordic Semiconductor’s nRF52832 SoC, targets industrial and medical applications, as well as broader applications such as the ‘Enterprise Internet of Things’ The Laird BL652 series of modules are Bluetooth 4.2 qualified and employ Nordic’s nRF52832 SoC. The module is designed to target industrial and medical applications by featuring numerous pre-certified…

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LAIRD ADVANCES WIRELESS POWER FOR CONNECTED CARS

Wireless charging advancements by global technology leader Laird (LRD: London) have the industry poised for significant growth as major automotive and mobile device manufacturers look to incorporate Laird’s technology into the daily lives of drivers and passengers. Laird engineers have created the next generation of wireless chargers, which Guido Dornbusch, Laird’s Vice President of Product…

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LAIRD EXPANDS RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT FOR CONNECTED VEHICLES

07 Jun 2016 Global technology leader Laird (LRD: London) today announces a major expansion and relocation project for its vehicle connectivity research and design center near Detroit, Michigan. Laird will relocate its engineering, research and design center from Holly, Michigan to a 14.5 acre site in an industrial park in Grand Blanc, Michigan a few…

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