Bluetooth LE module for IoT, wearables claims 'world's smallest'

July 14, 2020 //By Jean-Pierre Joosting
Small Bluetooth low energy module targets IoT
LG Innotek have developed what is claimed to be the world's smallest Bluetooth module to advance further into the communication module market for the Internet of Things (IoT).

The "Bluetooth low energy (BLE) module for IoT" from LG Innotek is a key component that enables data communications for IoT devices such as glucose measuring patches, smart lighting, outlets, switches, wireless earphones, and hearing aids. Thanks to its low power consumption feature, the module is mainly used for devices that require limited power supply, such as small wearable devices. 

By linking various IoT devices to the smartphone, users can conveniently track blood glucose levels, remotely control lighting, outlets, switches, and operate wireless earphones or hearing aids at a short distance.

This BLE module boasts differentiated RF signal design and antenna technology with ultra-precision circuit technology to reduce component space while increasing data transmission distance.

The BLE module enables IoT device manufacturers to freely design products in various shapes and sizes. This is possible because LG Innotek minimized the module size and mounting space.
The module is 6-mm (width) x 4-mm (height), which is 75% of the previous model. With ultra-precision, high-density, and ultra-fine processing technologies, more than 20 components including ICs, resistors, and inductors, are housed in a single grain-sized product. Further, differentiated RF signal design technology minimized component space to eliminate signal


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