Nordic Semiconductor and Northeastern Conductor Showcase Audio Le Demo at Embedded World

Posted by – April 6, 2023
Category: Exclusive videos

In this video, Nordic Semiconductor and Northeastern Conductor showcase the Audio Le demo, which showcases the AutoCast feature that was introduced by Bluetooth SIG. The AutoCast feature will enable broadcasting audio, so you will be able to tune to different broadcasts from different streams. For example, if you are in a gym, you will be able to tune to the TV from your phone.

The demo uses the Nordic nRF5340 SoC, which is a dual core SoC that is now broadcasting to a receiver. The demo also uses the Zephyr project, which is a very rich ecosystem that provides developers with all the components needed to build products in a very short time.

The video also shows the nRF91, which is a cellular IoT device that has internet connectivity. The nRF91 can send data to the cloud every time it is shaken, and the data includes the location, humidity, and temperature of the device. The nRF91 does not use GPS, but it does have GPS support. GPS can be used for low power applications, but it consumes energy. Nordic Semiconductor provides a service called single cell and multicell that gets the location from the tower. This service knows which town the device is connected to and provides the location in that proximity. The multicell service triangulates the location by relying on multiple cells to find the location of the device. GPS can still be used, but it is important to plan ahead and expect for the power consumption that is required for it. (description by Bard based on auto subtitle)

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