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The majority of Internet of Things (IoT) objects will have CPUs, sensors, and wireless Internet connectivity. Next in terms of ecological diversity is Bluetooth.
In the past, embedded microcontrollers needed the developer to lock the features before the product was released. All embedded devices desire connectivity, and the benefits to the designer and developer outweigh the marginal cost of the technology by a significant margin. Currently, Bluetooth Smart is the technology driving this advancement.
The Global Bluetooth wireless microcontroller market accounted for $XX Billion in 2021 and is anticipated to reach $XX Billion by 2030, registering a CAGR of XX% from 2022 to 2030.
The cutting-edge design of STM32WB MCUs by ST microcontrollers is built on two completely separate cores and is geared for real-time execution (processing radio-related software). It also allows for flexible resource allocation and power management for a lower BOM cost and a better user experience.
The STM32WB MCU line, which was created using the same technology as the ultra-low power STM32L4 microcontrollers, offers the same digital and analogue peripherals appropriate for applications needing a long battery life and complicated functionality.
STM32WBx5 wireless microcontrollers give consumers improved performance and the ability to handle various degrees of complexity because they are offered in a variety of packaging and memory sizes.
The STM32WBx0 Value Line concentrates on the essentials and provides developers with a cost-efficient, feature-optimized solution.
In addition to its wireless and ultra-low power capabilities, STM32WB microcontrollers incorporate security features that lower device maintenance requirements and guarantee the reliability and invulnerability of end devices.
256-bit AES hardware encryption, PCROP read/write protection, JTAG fuse, and public-key cryptography with an elliptic curve encryption engine are just a few of the integrated security hardware features included in STM32WB microcontrollers. Secured wireless stack upgrades, encryption key management, and code protection are all made possible via the Firmware Upgrade Services (FUS), PCROP, and PKA features.
Application code and IP protection are provided through the Customer Key Storage (CKS) functionality.
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