Nordic Semiconductor provides class-leading levels of wireless performance and sophistication at a price that enables the company's ultralow power (ULP) wireless chips to be used in even the most cost-sensitive consumer products. Nordic Semiconductor's chips can be found in products such as wireless PC peripherals, gaming controllers, sports and fitness sensors, toys, advanced multi-media controllers, and digital/satellite TV (set-top box) remotes and much more.
The Nordic Semiconductor nRF8001 Development Kit is used in conjunction with the nRFgo Starter Kit to enable engineers to do evaluation, application prototyping, and firmware development with nRF8001 Bluetooth® low energy Connectivity ICs. The Nordic nRF8001 Development Kit includes an nRF8001 radio module, an nRFgo carrier card with an nRF8200 application microcontroller, and a Bluetooth low energy master emulator board. The Nordic Semiconductor nRF8001 Dev Kit also supports application development using 3rd party application microcontrollers by simply connecting the nRF8001 radio module to the 3rd party microcontroller development kit using patch cables.
The Nordic Semiconductor nRF24AP2 Development Kit is a complete solution for developing ANT and ANT+ products using the nRF24AP2 ANT™ Connectivity ICs. This Nordic Semiconductor dev kit allows developers to tap into the
capabilities of the nRF24AP2 Connectivity ICs, which act as a bridge from ANT networks and devices to computers, Macs, and the Internet. The Nordic nRF24AP2 Development Kit includes drop-in ANT modules, battery boards, I/O boards, USB interface boards, plus access to the ANT Developer Zone. The ANT Developer Zone provides access to a comprehensive set of software tools for developing ANT applications.
The Nordic Semiconductor nRG6700 nRFgo Starter Kit is the core of the nRFgo evaluation and development platform for Nordic ultra low power (ULP) wireless ICs. Used in conjunction with any nRFgo compatible development kit, the Starter Kit enables engineers to perform evaluation, hardware prototyping, and embedded software development. The Nordic Semiconductor nRFgo Starter Kit includes two nRFgo motherboards, a display add-on module, cables, and a CD with software and documentation. Each motherboard is an ideal prototyping platform with an nRFgo radio module socket, an add-on module socket, interface connectors, and more.
The Nordic Semiconductor nRF24AP2 Single-Chip ANT™ Ultra-Low Power Wireless Network Solution offers the most efficient single-chip transceiver solution for Ultra Low Power (ULP) networks through the integration of the power efficient ANT protocol stack, industry-leading 2.4GHz RF technology, and a critical low-power oscillator and timing features. This Nordic Semiconductor second-generation single-chip ANT solution acts as a bridge from ANT networks and devices to computers, Macs, and the Internet. The nRF24AP2-USB supports up to eight ANT channels and is ideal for hubs. The Nordic Semiconductor nRF24AP2 ULP Wireless Network Solution provides worldwide 2.4GHz ISM band operation and is ideal for a variety of applications, including sports, wellness, home health monitoring, home/industrial monitoring, environmental sensor networks, and more.
The Nordic Semiconductor nRF8001 is a highly integrated single-chip Bluetooth® low energy Connectivity IC that integrates a fully compliant Bluetooth v4.0 low energy radio, link layer, and host stack. The nRF8001 features a simple serial interface that supports a wide range of external application microcontrollers. With peak currents as low as 12.5mA and average currents down to 9μA (for a 1s connection interval), the Nordic Semiconductor nRF8001 Bluetooth Connectivity IC enables battery lifetimes of months to years from a single coin cell. The nRF8001 is a fully qualified Bluetooth v4.0 low energy design and combines the radio, link layer, and host into a single EPL (End Product Listing) enabling designers to easily create new Bluetooth end products without additional listing fees. The nRF8001 Connectivity IC is specifically designed for Bluetooth low energy applications that operate in the peripheral (slave), including proximity tags, PUID watches, remote controls, and sports/fitness/healthcare sensors.