A new platform has been launched by
The chip company is setting up three new microcontrollers for its platform; the MW300 for low-power Wi-Fi, MB300 for Bluetooth, and MZ100 for Zigbee.
The MW300 Wi-Fi microcontroller is providing 802.11n in Wi-Fi, provides easy interfacing to sensors, actuators other components, and can go into deep low-power states. It can also support audio and video streaming, according to
The MZ100 Zigbee microcontroller also offers easy interfacing with sensors and actuators, and functions at industry best RF performance with its 10+dB link-budget margin.
The MB300 Bluetooth Controller covers dual-mode Bluetooth 4.1 support. The integrated circuit (IC) also includes built-in voice capability and connects directly to a microphone.
All three ICs were created for "easy interfacing to sensors, actuators, and other components." Each microcontroller needs a single crystal and antenna to work.
The company EZ-Connect package offers developers with "easy-to-use" APIs and SDKs, as well as many cloud search options via support for HTTP and other Web standards.
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