The newly release Bluetooth 5.4 specification is integrated in Infineon’s Airoc CYW20829 Bluetooth LE SoC. According to Infineon, with the right combination of low power and high performance, Airoc CYW20829 is designed to support the entire spectrum of Bluetooth Low Energy (LE) use cases including smart home, sensors, medical healthcare, lighting, Bluetooth Mesh networks, remote controls, human interface devices (mouse, keyboard, VR and gaming controllers), industrial automation and automotive designs.
Accelerometers are enhanced by AI, says STMicroelectronics
Three accelerometers released by STMicroelectronics are claimed to have advanced processing engines which are designed to extend sensor autonomy, allowing systems to respond more quickly to external events while lowering power consumption, explained the company.
1.2V SPI NOR flash devices claims lowest active read power figure
The GD25UF series of SPI NOR flash devices has been added to the GigaDevice roadmap of 1.2V flash products supporting SoCs and applications processors built on advanced process nodes.
Renesas adds two Arm Cortex-M33 core MCUs to 32-bit RA family
The RA4E2 and RA6E2 MCUs deliver up to 200MHz in compact packages and offer rich peripheral options for sensing, gaming, wearables and appliances, said Renesas.
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