Ultra-Low Power Bluetooth Low Energy v5.1 IP in GF22 FDX.
Bluetooth Low Energy v5.1 IP
Energy efficient, robust wireless links are an important part of an IoT system. Beacons, wearables, activity trackers, indoor positioning, industrial and automotive application have all benefited from technological advancements facilitated by Bluetooth Low Energy solutions.
Introducing IMG iEB100, the ideal connectivity solution for IoT applications. Based on the Bluetooth Low Energy v5.1 standard, with market-leading radio performance and low-power consumption, iEB100 is an ideal choice for integration into your low-power communication SoC.
Locate your assets with
Knowing where assets are at any given time can be business critical. iEB100 uses Angle of Arrival (AoA) combined with Received Signal Strength Indicator (RSSI)-based distance information to enable sub-1m tracking. Real-time location systems, point of interest and indoor positioning services can now be offered with an improved level of accuracy.
Going the distance
Thanks to the exceptional receive sensitivity and LE long range, iEB100 extends communication range to more than a mile,
delivering robustness even in challenging RF environments.
GF22 FDX Technology
IMG iEB100 is designed for the Global Foundries GF22 FDX process and is optimised for
ultra-low-power IoT with minimal silicon area.
iEB100 is a complete ready to market solution that includes integrated RF, analog front end, baseband with modem hardware and firmware up to the host controller interface.
iEB100 is designed with end applications in mind. With a high level of integration, iEB100 requires minimal external components reduces silicon cost and system level eBOM.
BLUETOOTH LOW ENERGY V5.1 IP
Download the IMG iEB100 product brief to find out more.
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