30 Dec '13, 4pm

Enhanced Bluetooth 4.1 Targets the Internet of Things - Electronic Design #IoT

The Bluetooth Special Interest Group (SIG) recently announced an updated 4.1 version of the Bluetooth standard. The 4.0 standard was released in July of 2010 and added the Bluetooth Smart feature which is a low power version of Bluetooth for use in medical, fitness and other consumer products. This latest enhancement further improves the standard making in more useable by consumers and easier to work with by product developers. Bluetooth is probably the most widely used short range wireless technology. With its incorporation into cell phones, wireless headsets, smart watches, wireless keyboards and mice, wireless speakers, and other devices; over 2 billion devices are shipped each year. Now with the new features in version 4.1, Bluetooth can be more easily incorporated into devices falling under the Internet of Things (IoT) category, billions more devices will be forthcomi...

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