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Today's dynamic IoT market is driving the explosive growth of new types of connected device products. IoT developers often need to support multiple wireless protocols and frequency bands to address diverse connected device applications. The advent of multiprotocol wireless SoCs that support multiband capabilities is simplifying the process of designing and deploying connected devices by eliminating the need for multiple wireless transceivers and MCUs in an IoT system. Emerging multiprotocol wireless SoCs can now provide multiband operation at 2.4 GHz as well as at multiple sub-GHz frequencies. This session will review use cases for multiband, multiprotocol SoCs such as:
Single Protocol - Application and hardware are capable of supporting only one protocol
Programmable - Developer typically chooses a desired protocol once in a "set-it-and-forget it" manner, such as on their production line
Switched - Application can switch between two protocols via a bootloader
Dynamic - Application time-slices between two protocols dynamically
Concurrent - Application is concurrently connected to two or more networks using multiple protocols using one radio but must share a common RF channel and packet format
Multi-Radio - Application is concurrently connected to two or more networks using multiple protocols using two or more radios without any restrictions
IoT developers will learn how to manage wireless system complexity while operating in multiple bands (2.4 GHz or sub-GHz bands) or with multiple protocols such as Bluetooth, ZigBee, Thread, and proprietary protocols while using the latest generation of wireless SoCs.
Embedded developers of all skill levels who want to gain a better understanding of multiband, multiprotocol wireless SoC architectures and how to use these devices to simplify their connected device designs.
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