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Bluegiga bringt neues BT111 Bluetooth Smart Ready HCI-Modul auf den Markt

ESPOO, Finnland, November 7, 2012 /PRNewswire/ --

Bluegiga Technologies gab heute bekannt, das neue Bluetooth Smart Ready HCI-Modul, BT111, sei ab jetzt erhältlich. BT111 ist ein kostengünstiges und ultrakleines Bluetooth Smart Ready HCI-Modul, das für Anwendungen konzipiert wurde, für die sowohl Bluetooth Classic als auch eine energiesparende Bluetooth-Verbindung notwendig sind. BT111 integriert ein Bluetooth 4.0-Dual-Modus-Radio, ein HCI-Software-Stack, eine USB-Schnittstelle und eine Antenne. BT111 ist mit den Betriebssystemen Windows und Linux sowie mit den Microsoft- und BlueZ-Bluetooth-Stacks kompatibel und bietet Erstanbietern eine schnelle und risikoarme Methode, die Bluetooth 4.0-Verbindung in ihre Anwendungen zu integrieren.

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"Das BT111 Bluetooth Smart Ready HCI-Modul ist eine Erweiterung unserer bestehenden Bluetooth-4.0-Produktfamilie und bietet eine einfach zu bedienende Bluetooth 4.0 Dual-Mode-Lösung für Geräte mit Linux- oder Windows-Betriebssystemen. Die neuesten Linux BlueZ- und Microsoft-Bluetooth-Host-Stack unterstützen Bluetooth 4.0 und BT111 ist ideal für die Verwendung damit.Das neue BT111 Bluetooth Smart Ready HCI-Modul bietet eine integrierte Bluetooth 4.0-Lösung, die einen besonders schnellen Markteintritt mit niedrigeren Entwicklungs- und Zertifizierungskosten und reduzierten F&E-Risiken bietet", erklärte Mikko Savolainen, Vice President für Produkt-Management.

Das BT111 Bluetooth Smart Ready HCI-Modul verfügt über +8 dBm-Sendeleistung, etwa -90dBm Empfangsempfindlichkeit und Dimensionen von 13.05 x 9.3 x 2.3mm mit einer integrierten Chip-Antenne.

"Bei der Konzeption des BT111 konnten wir von unserem Fachwissen im Bereich drahtloser Module profitieren. Das Ziel war es, ein sehr kleines Bluetooth 4.0-Modul herzustellen, ohne an der Leistung des Radios einzubüßen. Ich denke, wir haben hervorragende Arbeit geleistet, denn das BT111 ist um zwanzig Prozent kleiner als unsere bisherige Lösung und bietet bessere HF-Leistung," so Riku Mettälä, Vice President für Engineering.

Das neue Bluegiga BT111-Module wird außerdem allen Bluetooth, CE-, FCC-, IC-, sowie südkoreanischen und japanischen Vorgaben entsprechen und bewährten Funk-Betrieb sowie minimale Qualifikations-Kosten. Bluegiga-Produkte haben eine lange Lebensdauer und sind daher zukunftssichere Lösungen für Erstanbieter, die eine lange Lebensdauer von Seiten des Modul-Anbieters benötigen.

BT111-Bewertungs-Tools

Das BT111-Bewertungspaket ist mit dem folgenden Bestellcode verfügbar: DKBT111

Das Bewertungspaket enthält die folgenden Tools: BT111-USB Evaluation-Board und SPI-Kabel. Dokumentation und Tools können auf dem folgenden Link heruntergeladen werden: http://techforum.bluegiga.com.

Weitere Informationen zum Bluegiga BT111-Modul erhalten Sie auf: http://www.bluegiga.com/bt111

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Informationen zu Bluegiga Technologies Inc. Bluegiga Technologies Inc. ist ein Anbieter von Bluetooth-basierten Wi-Fi-Modulen und Zugangsgerätelösungen für OEM-Hersteller, Integratoren und Teleoperatoren. Die sicheren, kostengünstigen und leicht zu integrierenden Geräte werden von den führenden Unternehmen der Gesundheits- und Arzneimittelbranche, der Automobilindustrie sowie der Audiobranche, der Industrie und der Unterhaltungselektronikbranche eingesetzt. Bluegiga wurde 2000 gegründet, hat seinen Hauptsitz in Finnland und unterhält Vertriebsbüros in den Vereinigten Staaten und in Hongkong. Über sein Vertriebsnetz ist Bluegiga in mehr als 65 Ländern weltweit präsent. http://www.bluegiga.com

Informationen zur drahtlosen Bluetooth-Technologie
Die drahtlose Bluetooth-Technologie ist der weltweite Standard für persönliche Wi-Fi-Verbindungen über kurze Distanzen, der in zahlreichen elektronischen Geräten Anwendung findet. Die Technologie ist jetzt in der vierten Version der Kernspezifikation auf dem Markt und wird, aufbauend auf ihren inhärenten Stärken, laufend weiterentwickelt - ein Radio in kleiner Bauform, geringer Stromverbrauch, niedrige Kosten, integrierte Sicherheit, Leistungsfähigkeit, Erreichbarkeit und die Möglichkeit, in kurzer Zeit Netzwerke einzurichten. Ende 2006 waren mehr als eine Milliarde Bluetooth-Geräte installiert. Dadurch ist die Technologie erste Wahl bei Entwicklern, Herstellern und Verbrauchern weltweit.

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