Bluetooth Low-Energy SoC from TI

Texas Instruments (TI) Inc.
February 12, 2012

The CC2541 Bluetooth low-energy SoC from Texas Instruments (TI) Inc., Dallas, TX, supports for Bluetooth sensor applications for consumer medical, sports and fitness, security, entertainment, and home automation. The device is a 2.4 GHz radio with free protocol stack, profile software, sample applications, development kits, and technical documents and support. You can write applications directly onto the CC2541; update firmware in the field; and store persistent data on-chip. Features include coexistence with other 2.4 GHz devices, link budget up to 99 dB, 18.5 mA transmit current at 0 dBm, current draw as low as 14 mA when using the company's TPS62730 step-down converter, support for Bluetooth version 4.0, and proprietary modes at 250 Kbps, 500 Kbps, 1 Mbps, and 2 Mbps.


CompanyTexas Instruments (TI) Inc.
CountryUnited States (USA)


Sensors 2017 Call for Speakers



Twitter Feed

Find It Fix It Forum

Sensors invites you to join the Findit-Fixit Forum, where you can get answers to your sensing questions—concerning technologies, products, methods, applications, and services--and also offer help to your fellow engineers. The Forum covers all kinds of topics, from the basics to the extraordinary.

Join the discussion!

© Copyright 2016 Questex, LLC. All Rights Reserved. Sensorsmag. Privacy Policy | Terms of Use

If you are having technical difficulties or considerations, please contact the webmaster.