Wireless connectivity workshop
Join 1-day workshop on BlueNRG-2 system-on-chip (Bluetooth Low Energy – 2.4 GHz) and S2-LP sub-1GHz transceiver solutions
Registration is closed for this event
Who should attend this workshop?
- Engineers interested in understanding the capabilities of BlueNRG-2 and/or S2-LP
- Developers looking for a way to achieve the best low-power RF implementation
- Developers seeking to create innovative and efficient connected applications
Achieve outstanding RF design with BlueNRG-x and S2LP
During this one-day hands-on training seminar, we will present ST’s innovative BlueNRG-2 and S2-LP RF products, and demonstrate how to use ST’s rich set of dedicated development tools to achieve an optimal RF design while also reducing development time and effort.
You will learn:
- About the BlueNRG-2 and S2-LP features and capabilities
- Which ST device is best suited for your RF design
- How to select the right tool from our RF development ecosystem to help with your project
The seminar is based on the BlueNRG and/or S2-LP Discovery Kit. All attendees will receive a complimentary Discovery Kit that they can take home!
|08.30 – 09.00||Introduction and session overview |
RF roadmap update
|09.00 – 10.00||BlueNRG-2 capabilities, figures and applications|
|10.15 – 10.45||BLE Profile demystification|
|10.45 – 11:45||Hands-on training with software package for BlueNRG-2 kits|
|12.00 – 13.00||S2-LP general capabilities and figures|
|13:00 – 14:00||Lunch break|
|14.00 – 14.30||S2-LP low-power mode|
|14.45 – 16:00||Hands-on training with software package for S2-LP kits|
|16.00 – 17.00||Sigfox introduction|
|17.00 – 17.30||Conclusion and coffee-to-go|
|A valued member of ST's wireless application team, Dominique Follezour has worked for more than 15 years on wireless communication systems including 2G/3G cellular, Bluetooth and Wi-Fi. |
Today, Dominique's work mainly focuses on Bluetooth Low Energy software (BLE stack, Mesh networks, and profiles).
|A key player in ST's wireless application team, Philippe Simonnet has worked for more than 20 years on wireless communication systems (2G/3G cellular, sub-1GHz transceivers, and LPWANs). |
Today, Philippe's work focuses on Sub-1GHz transceiver drivers to ensure compliance with proprietary and standard protocols and to optimize power consumption performance.
|The technical marketing manager for Analog products (Wireless ICs and MEMS), Michael Muenkel has worked for more than 15 years at ST, and over 30 years in the electronics business. |
Today, Michael is focusing on developing strategic partnerships in the German and Swiss electronic markets.
Location and dates
This training will be offered on 3 dates. Please review the dates & times listed below and register for the session most convenient for you.
|Munich||September 11, 2018||08:30 am - 17:30 pm CET||Close|
|Munich||September 12, 2018||08:30 am - 17:30 pm CET||Close|
|Munich||September 13, 2018||08:30 am - 17:30 pm CET||Close|
The BlueNRG-2 is a very low power Bluetooth low energy (BLE) single-mode system-on-chip, compliant with Bluetooth specifications.
The BlueNRG-2 extends the features of award-winning BlueNRG network processor, enabling the usage of the embedded Cortex M0 to run the user application code.
The BlueNRG-2 offers the same excellent RF performance of the BlueNRG radio, and the integrated high efficiency DC-DC converter keeps the same ultra-low power characteristics, but the BlueNRG-2 improves the BlueNRG sleep mode current consumption allowing a further increase in the battery lifetime of the applications.
The S2-LP is a high performance ultra-low power RF transceiver, intended for RF wireless applications in the sub-1 GHz band. It is designed to operate in both the license-free ISM and SRD frequency bands at 433, 512, 868 and 920 MHz, but can also be programmed to operate at other additional frequencies in the 413-479 MHz, 452-527 MHz, 826-958 MH, 904-1055 MHz bands.
The S2-LP can be used in systems with channel spacing down to 1 kHz enabling the narrow band operations.
The S2-LP shows an RF link budget higher than 140 dB for long communication ranges and meets the regulatory requirements applicable in territories worldwide, including Europe, Japan, China and the USA.