Atmosic, Tonly Develop Ultra-Energy-Efficient BLE Module for Battery-Powered Devices

By Brandon Lewis

Editor-in-Chief

Embedded Computing Design

January 13, 2020

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Atmosic, Tonly Develop Ultra-Energy-Efficient BLE Module for Battery-Powered Devices

Atmosic's On-Demand Wake Up and Lowest Power Radio technologies help batteries last entire life of systems.

Atmosic and Tonly Electronics have partnered on the TBMO2 Bluetooth Low Energy module. Based on the Atmosic M2 SoC, the TBM02 integrates Lowest Power Radio and On-Demand Wake Up technologies to provide extreme energy efficiency in battery-powered devices without sacrificing performance.

For instance, Atmosic’s On-Demand Wake-Up technology allows applications to receive incoming transmissions while using minimal power, thus reducing battery waste. According to the companies, batteries in TBMO2-based devices can last the entire lifetime of the system.

For more information on the TBMO2 module visit www.atmosic.com.

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