On-chip ROM cuts cost of Bluetooth use - Embedded.com

On-chip ROM cuts cost of Bluetooth use

CSR (Cambridge Silicon Radio) has added two ROM based products to its BlueCore2 Bluetooth portfolio. BlueCore2-ROM and BlueCore2-Audio are CSR's first Bluetooth devices which do not need external non-volatile memory. BlueCore2-ROM is focused on the mobile handset application with features to ease integration, co-existence, power saving and reducing size.BlueCore2-Audio is biased towards the headset and audio markets with all the features of ROM plus a high-quality audio CODEC in a small footprint of as little as 64mm2 . The devices are fully qualified with samples available now and will be shipping in volume from Q4 2002.Published in Embedded Systems (Europe) October 2002

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