Low-Power 2.4GHz SOCs for IEEE 802.15.4 Wireless Apps

Designing IEEE 802.15.4 wireless apps? As with many applications these days, low power is a key consideration in the wireless world. Attend our upcoming technical training webinar to learn about a new ultra-low power 2.4GHz SoC family that is targeted toward IEEE 802.15.4 wireless apps. The Atmel ATmega256RFR2 combines an AVR microcontroller with a 2.4GHz RF transceiver, delivering a link budget of 103.5dBm at 50 percent the current consumption of existing offerings.

The ATmega256RFR2-EK board gives you a head start in developing wireless apps with Atmel's ultra-low power device.

The ATmega256RFR2-EK board gives you a head start in developing wireless apps with Atmel’s ultra-low power device.

In the webinar, you’ll also learn about the new Wireless Composer and Wireless Library tools available in the new Atmel Gallery apps store that is integrated into the Atmel Studio 6 integrated development platform.

Webinar: 10 am PST on Wednesday, Dec. 5. Session will be led by Magnus Pedersen, one of our Wireless Wizards. If you can’t attend the live session, you can always register for free access to the Atmel Tech Online training portal, where you can find archived training webinars.

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