Designing for Bluetooth Low Energy Applications

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Designing for Bluetooth Low Energy Applications

Designing for Bluetooth Low Energy Applications

Traditional Bluetooth is optimized for sending a steady stream of high quality data in a power-efficient way. Bluetooth low energy technology allows for short bursts of long-range radio connections, making it ideal for applications that depend on long battery life and don’t need high throughput streaming data.
This overview focuses on this low energy aspect, but also calls out some of the contrasts with traditional Bluetooth technology.

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