Telit have introduced the Bluetooth 4.2 Host Controller Interface module with integrated chip antenna: The BL871E2-HI.
The ultra-compact component is optimized for efficiency and simplicity in end-device design, delivering reliable Bluetooth functionalities with robust endpoint security, leveraging the processing power and external Bluetooth stack of the host application processor. The broadly certified module includes hardware features to reduce development costs, bill of materials, and time to market.
The 9.7x10.1mm, 18-pad LCC component delivers basic rate (BR), enhanced data rate (EDR) and low-energy (LE) connectivity, for applications such as scanners & printers, mobile point of sales, m-healthcare, industrial gateways, and for audio equipped devices across all areas of the electronics industry.
The BL871E2-HI is a Bluetooth-qualified dual-mode Bluetooth 4.2 Classic, Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE) host command interface module with embedded chip antenna. Part of the xL871 LCC form factor family, it delivers basic rate (BR), enhanced data rate (EDR) and low-energy (LE) connectivity, for applications such as scanners & printers, mobile point of sales, m-healthcare, industrial gateways, and audio equipped devices across all areas of the electronics industry.
Development and Evaluation Kit
Integrators and manufacturers designing with the BL871E2-HI have access to comprehensive development and integration tools including a Raspberry PI 2-based evaluation and development kit with extensive software and support resources.
- Supports Android, Linux and Windows Bluetooth stack
- Class 1 TX power up to +12 dBm
- Receiver Sensitivity: -95 dBm
- UART, PCM and I²S interfaces
- BR/EDR 128-bit hardware encryption accelerator
- Scatternet: Up to 3 simultaneous piconets - 1master and 2 slaves
- Fast Automatic Frequency Hopping (AFH) algorithm
- Support for all voice air-coding schemes
- Assisted mode for HFP 1.6 Wideband Speech (WBS)
For more information please contact:
Manager: Wireless Department
+27 (0) 11 923 9709
+27 (0) 83 252 1987