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Wireless Microcontrollers (MCU) have a data bus that is 4 to 64 bits wide.
They serve as the central processing unit of an embedded system, which is a computer reduced to a single, small chip for managing a particular task. and have all of its components—a CPU, memory, I/O peripherals, timer/counter, and communication ports—contained into a single, highly integrated chip.
They have a wide range of general and specialised uses. Wireless apps using any wireless protocol, such as Bluetooth, ZigBee, WLAN, LoWPAN, or RF-based remote control applications, are created specifically for and utilised with wireless MCUs.
The Global 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 Pico W, the first microcontroller made by Raspberry Pi using its own silicon and the first to offer wireless communication, has been released.
According to the Cambridge-based company, the RP2040 chip is intended to power the next generation of Pico boards, providing 2.4GHz 802.11n wireless connectivity using Infineon’s CYW43439 wireless chip.
The STM32WB Bluetooth LE microcontroller (MCU) line from STMicroelectronics has been expanded with new products that combine entry-level features with additional power savings for longer-lasting performance.
The Arm Cortex-M4 processor, which runs the primary application, and a Cortex-M0+ processor, which manages Bluetooth 5.2 communication, are paired in the dual-core STM32WB15 and STM32WB10 Value Line to ensure real-time performance from each.
The radio stage includes balun circuitry to minimise board space and down the cost of materials, and it has a 102dBm link budget to assure dependable connections over extended distances.
The new JN5189 and JN5188 IEEE 802.15.4 wireless microcontrollers (MCUs), which enable ultra-low power linked intelligence for Zigbee 3.0 and Thread applications, have been made available from NXP Semiconductors.
The JN5189 and JN5188 are the newest devices in NXP’s JN series and the company’s first to offer an integrated NFC NTAG while enabling a broad operational temperature range (-40? to +125?).
With a new series of wireless microcontrollers (MCU) that enable high-quality Bluetooth Low Energy (LE), Texas Instruments has expanded its connectivity offering.
The SimpleLinkTM Bluetooth LE CC2340 family, which offers best-in-class standby current and radio-frequency (RF) performance, is based on TI’s expertise in wireless communication. Engineers will be able to affordably add Bluetooth LE connectivity to more products with the CC2340 family.
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