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.