4.5 Connect: Learn to run two wireless protocols concurrently with one device webinar
Are you developing a product which could benefit from leveraging multiple wireless technologies?
Connectivity solutions continue to demand enhanced applications which can utilize the unique advantages of different wireless standards. This could include Bluetooth® Low Energy smartphone connectivity, Zigbee® or Thread mesh networking, or long-range/low-power Sub-1 GHz. Traditional solutions would require a two-chip design, which increases board size and expenses. But with the SimpleLink™ wireless MCU platform from Texas Instruments, multi-protocol solutions can now be supported on a single chip with the use of the Dynamic Multi-protocol Manager (DMM) software module. Using the SimpleLink multi-band CC1352R wireless MCU, for example, you can use both Bluetooth LE and Sub-1 GHz operations at the same time by leveraging DMM. This allows for innovative solutions such as a smart electronic door lock which can seamlessly communicate with a Sub-1 GHz network and be upgraded or controlled through a Bluetooth LE connection.
Through this embedded tutorial, you will:
- Learn the basics of DMM through exploring common use cases
- Understand how using multiple RF protocols can add value to your product
- Discover the optimal SimpleLink wireless MCU for your application
- Get a quick overview of the entire SimpleLink wireless MCU family, with recently introduced devices
- Receive further resources to jump-start development