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May 21, 2010

Sequoia releases ultra low power Bluetooth and WiFi modules

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by Janet Harris

Reading-based Sequoia Technology Limited has released a new range of ultra low power modules for portable Bluetooth and Internet enabled products.

The modules include the necessary stack and profiles to allow wireless connectivity to be embedded into existing designs.

They come with integrated antennas and SPP and HCI data connection interfaces.

The RN41 Class 1 Bluetooth module uses just 250uA in sleep mode, while the RN42 Class 2 module uses 26uA.

The power consumption of the RN131 IEEE802.11 b/g WiFi module is so low that a product could be run on two AAA batteries for years.

Sequoia also recently launched a range of low cost GPS modules and Smart Antennas.

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