Based on QuickLogic-developed algorithms, the kit includes the Nordic Semiconductors nRF51 DK, all-in-one, multiprotocol development kit for ultra-low power wireless development on the nRF51822 SoC.
According to rank Shemansky, senior director of product management of QuickLogic, the Nordic nRF51 DK enables OEMs to test, evaluate and develop Bluetooth Smart (Bluetooth low energy) enabled wearable devices . He said the ArcticLink 3 S2 CSSP programmable sensor hub solution consumes only 150 microWatts of power, and supports always-on, always-aware applications in wearable devices.
Nordic's ultra-low power nRF51822 Bluetooth Smart enables a wearable-to-host device for wireless communications. When combined with QuickLogic's best-in-class pedometer, gesture and context algorithms, the TAG-N development kits help OEMs significantly accelerate product development cycles.
The TAG-N Wearable Sensor Hub evaluation kit is available now.