Bluetooth Radio Family Adds SiP Module

ON Semiconductor expands its RSL10 family of Bluetooth 5 certified radio System-on-Chips (SoCs) with a ready-to-use 6 mm x 8 x mm x 1.46 mm System-in-Package (SiP) module. Supporting Bluetooth low energy wireless profiles, RSL10 devices can be designed into any ‘connected’ application including sports and fitness or mHealth wearables, smart locks, and appliances.


The RSL10 SIP features a built-in antenna, RSL10 radio, and all required passive components. Certified with the Bluetooth Special Interest Group (SIG), the RSL10 SIP promise to significantly reduce time-to-market and development costs by removing the need for any additional RF design considerations.

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The RSL10 consumes 62.5 nW while in Deep Sleep mode, and 7 mW peak receive power. Energy efficiency was recently validated by the EEMBC’s ULPMark where it became the first device in the benchmark’s history to break 1,000 ULP Marks and produced Core Profile scores more than twice as high as the previous industry leader.   


Samples are available, as well as an Evaluation Board. For more details, visit the Bluetooth Low Energy Applications.

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