The new dual-radio Software Development Kit (STSW-BNRG-S2LP) unleashes the amazing capabilities of BlueNRG-1/-2 and S2-LP, in synergy, for a truly out-of-the-box Sensor-to-Cloud experience. It allows developers to create ultra-low-power always-connected Smart Things, featuring both BLE and LPWAN / SIGFOX wireless connectivity. The SDK relies on the ARM Cortex-M0 embedded in the programmable BlueNRG SoC along with the S2-LP Sub-1GHz transceiver to seamlessly connect to the cloud.
The STM32L4 Discovery kit IoT node (B-L475E-IOT01A) combines direct access to cloud servers (Wi-Fi, NFC) and low-power multi-link communication (Sub-GHz, BLE) to help you create smart-connected low-power IoT nodes and optimize range and battery autonomy. Multi-way sensing is also included on-board for user interaction (proximity, motion, and audio sensors) as well as environmental awareness (pressure, humidity, and temperature sensors).
Improve RF sensitivity and reduce RF link loss and end-user frustration with the ECMF4-2450A17M10. Featuring a deep attenuation of differential and common-mode noise at WLAN frequencies (2.4 and 5 GHz), combined with a robust +8kV contact discharge ESD protection, our latest common-mode filter is housed in a tiny µQFN-10L package of 3.51 mm² saving up to 30% of the PCB area compared to an equivalent discrete solution.
With an input voltage from 1.5 to 5.5 V and a typical dropout of 120 mV, the LDLN025 generates a precise and regulated output voltage. Its ultra-low noise architecture ensures less than 6.5 µVrms noise and high PSRR, perfect for precision ICs like ADCs, VCOs, or sensors, with a maximum current of 250 mA. Available in 4-bump flip-chip (0.63 x 0.63 mm) and 4-lead QFN (1 x 1 mm) packages, it’s ideal for space-constrained devices including smartphones, wearables, and wireless IoT devices.
Snuza Pico® is a smart wearable movement monitor for infants. This blog posts examines why Snuza selected ST’s MEMS, Bluetooth and Balun in their world’s first connected baby monitoring device.