Bluetooth 5.1 IP Has Landed

CEVA has released its RivieraWaves Bluetooth 5.1 IP featuring Direction Finding via Angle of Arrival (AoA) and Angle of Departure (AoD) for enhanced location services. The RW-Bluetooth 5.1 IP is available in both Bluetooth Dual Mode and Bluetooth Low Energy flavors.

 

CEVA’s RivieraWaves Bluetooth IP platforms provide comprehensive solutions for both Bluetooth LE and Bluetooth dual mode connectivity. Each platform consists of a hardware baseband controller, plus a feature-rich software protocol stack. A flexible radio interface allows the platforms to be deployed with either RivieraWaves RF or various partners’ RF IP, enabling optimal selection of foundry and process node.

Embedded Technologies Expo & Conference

The inaugural event will take place June 25-27 in San Jose, CA!

Embedded Technologies Expo & Conference (ETC), in the largest embedded and IoT market in North America, is the ONLY event focused on what is most important to designers and implementers – education and training. Attendees will experience over 100 hours of unparalleled education and training covering embedded systems, IoT, connectivity, edge computing, AI, machine learning, and more. Co-located with Sensors Expo & Conference, attendees will have the opportunity to see hundreds of leading exhibitors and network with thousands of industry peers and innovators.

 

All Bluetooth 5.1 features are supported, including LE 2Mbps data rate, Long Range, LE Advertising Extension and AoA/AoD. With more than 1.5 billion devices shipped to date and dozens of licensees, the RivieraWaves Bluetooth IP is widely deployed in consumer and IoT devices with many of the world’s leading semiconductors companies and OEMs, including smartphones, tablets, wireless speakers, wireless headsets and earbuds, hearing aids and other wearables. For more information, peruse the RivieraWaves Bluetooth IP platform.

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