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Bluetooth Smart ICs draw only 3.3mA at 3V in transmission mode

Bluetooth Smart ICs draw only 3.3mA at 3V in transmission mode

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By Julien Happich



From a security perspective the devices are able to acquire a random number with a length of up to 32B, using a random number generator. This function will help to strengthen the protection of information in IoT application.

TC3567CFSG comprises a 128KB Flash ROM for storing user programs and various other forms of data in stand-alone operations, and can execute application programs of up to 50KB in size. As in the previous products, integration of an RF matching circuit and crystal load capacitors for timing purposes help to reduce the external component count for board level designs, with as little as seven peripheral components being required. This contributes to marked reductions in bill-of-materials costs and the PCB area utilised.

As the TC3567DFSG has no built-in Flash ROM it is able to achieve even lower power  budgets. This means that it can support longer operating times for applications powered by small coin batteries. Using a CR2032 type coin battery, this IC can carry out beacon operation for a period of over two years.

Toshiba Electronics Europe – www.toshiba.semicon-storage.com

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