NOD: Raytac’s ‘MDBT50Q-RX integrates nRF52840 SoC

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"24 Jan 2019 Oslo, Norway

Customer nRF52840 Bluetooth 5 Bluetooth LE

Raytac’s ‘MDBT50Q-RX’ dongle integrates Nordic’s nRF52840 SoC, eliminating the need for RF design expertise and speeding time to market for complex M2M IoT applications

Nordic Semiconductor today announces that Taiwan-based Raytac Corporation has selected Nordic’s nRF52840 advanced multiprotocol System-on-Chip (SoC) to provide Bluetooth® 5/Bluetooth Low Energy (Bluetooth LE), ANT, Thread, Zigbee, IEE 802.15.4, and 2.4GHz proprietary wireless connectivity for its ‘MDBT50Q-RX dongle’.

Once programmed with the developer’s application software, the dongle provides designers of machine to machine (M2M) Internet of Things (IoT) applications with an FCC/IC/Telec/KC/SRRC/WPC pre-certified and CE/RCM compliant multiprotocol connectivity end-product solution, negating the need for RF design expertise and time-consuming development work. The compact 43.1 by 18 by 9.3mm dongle is designed for use in Industrial IoT (IIoT), smart-home and -city sensor mesh networks, as well as in personal area networks (PANs) for health and medical monitoring applications.

The dongle is powered by the nRF52840 SoC, which features a powerful 64MHz, 32-bit Arm® Cortex® M4F processor, 1MB Flash memory and 256kB RAM, and a 2.4GHz radio featuring -95dBm RX sensitivity in 1Mbps Bluetooth LE mode and -103dBM sensitivity in 125kbps Bluetooth LE mode (boosting range). These features make the SoC an ideal choice for applications that are complex, processor-intensive, and/or require long range. Raytac says the MDBT50Q-RX offers a working range of up to 250 meters in open space at a data rate of 1Mbps, or up to 120 meters at a data rate of 2Mbps. The dongle also provides GPIO, PWM, and USB interfaces for connecting peripherals and sensors.

"Nordic’s product roadmap is always one step ahead of the market. The company has foreseen the future of multiprotocol wireless applications
Lyon Liu, Raytac"


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