NOD: nRF52832 SoC powers CWD’s 'CBTMN32' module


"Bluetooth Low Energy module provides integrated development platform for IoT, beacons, and mesh implementation

29 Jan 2019 Oslo, Norway
Customer nRF52832 Bluetooth LE

Nordic’s nRF52832 SoC powers CWD’s 'CBTMN32' module, enabling users with limited RF design experience to develop complex wireless applications

Nordic Semiconductor today announces that Mumbai-based technology company, CWD Innovations, Nordic’s first official module partner in India, has selected the Nordic Bluetooth® Low Energy (Bluetooth LE) nRF52832 System-on-Chip (SoC) for its ‘CBTMN32’ module.

The CBTMN32 module is a cost-efficient integrated development platform designed for a range of Bluetooth LE applications including connectivity for Internet of Things (IoT) products, beacons, and Bluetooth LE mesh implementations across a range of sectors including lighting, transport and logistics, smart metering, as well as consumer products.

The module is powered by Nordic’s nRF52832 multiprotocol SoC, which features a powerful 64MHz, 32-bit Arm® Cortex® M4F processor, 2.4GHz radio featuring -96-dBm RX sensitivity and offering a total link budget of >100dBm, and generous 512kB Flash memory and 64kB RAM, making the SoC an ideal choice for applications that are complex, processor-intensive, and/or require long range. The module offers the developer the flexibility to choose between an integrated PCB antenna and a u.fl connector for an external antenna.

The CBTMN32 is accompanied by CWD’s proprietary development kit, which enables users with limited RF design experience to configure and evaluate the module. Development is further simplified by Nordic’s unique software architecture, which cleanly separates the RF software protocol stack from the developer’s application code, eliminating the risk of the stack being corrupted when developing, compiling, testing, and verifying application code.
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"The chip possesses sufficient Flash and RAM to run complex Bluetooth LE applications,
while Nordic’s SoftDevice is a proven solution for consumer products that would be used daily
Siddhartha Xavier, CWD Innovations"



https://www.nordicsemi.com/News/2019/01/nRF52832-powers-CWD-CBTMN32-module-for-complex-wireless-applications

Kurt

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Ja, dette har vært et sorgens kapittel. Disse design gevinstene med genererer vel ikke rare omsetningen?