Enhanced ShockBurst ESB Protocol on nRF52 Series

This blog is to describe more about the proprietary radio protocol on the nRF52 series. On the Nordic nRF5 SDK, it has two difference protocols. Enhanced ShockBurst (ESB)Gazell In this blog, I would mainly focus on the ESB because it provides full source code instead of library. Also, it can do much more flexible to … Continue reading Enhanced ShockBurst ESB Protocol on nRF52 Series

Automative Grade Bluetooth SoC on nRF51824

This blog is to describe about the nRF51824 which is the automative grade chipset on the nRF51 Series. nRF51824 is an automotive grade AEC-Q100 qualified (Grade 2: -40 to +105┬░C) ultra-low power 2.4 GHz wireless System on Chip (SoC) that supports Bluetooth┬« Low Energy and a range of proprietary 2.4 GHz protocols, such as Gazell. It is an … Continue reading Automative Grade Bluetooth SoC on nRF51824

How to get the Bluetooth Qualification on Nordic nRF51 Series

News from Bluetooth SIG on Bluetooth Qualification Changes According to the bluetooth SIG official web page (Source: Bluetooth SIG Email) The Bluetooth Special Interest Group (SIG) recently announced their decision to deprecate and withdraw older versions of Bluetooth Core specifications from v2.0 to v4.1. Firstly, there is no need to panic. Secondly, here is what … Continue reading How to get the Bluetooth Qualification on Nordic nRF51 Series