Radicom Research unveils bluetooth modules for short distances

Radicom Research announced the launch of its new RB4000
and RB4000HM Bluetooth modules for short-range wireless data connectivity.

Manufactured to fulfill OEM needs for embedded
short-range communication in products, the low-cost modules act as RS232 cable
replacement and offer an affordable, easy alternative for wireless
point-to-point communication across distances up to 60 feet.

Featuring Serial Port Profile (SPP), the RB4000 Series is
a full Bluetooth system solution with an integrated controller, antenna and
Bluetooth transceiver.

Utilizing the BlueCore4-External Chipset from CSR, the
leader in Bluetooth chipsets, these Class 2 modules are Bluetooth V2.0 +EDR
(Enhanced Data Rate) compliant for increased throughput, reduced battery
consumption, and improved security.

The result is faster pairing and superior performance,
even in the presence of interference from 802.11 (Wi-Fi) wireless devices or
other 2.4 GHz radios.

Designed for integration in barcode readers, medical
devices, and other monitoring systems, the RB4000’s low power consumption and
extreme operating temperature range (-40°C to +85°C) provides flexibility
across a number of industries and situations.

With 8Mbits of flash memory onboard, OEM specific
parameters can easily be uploaded for customized configuration. The RB4000HM-c
model includes a U.FL connector built for flexible antenna placement for
additional customization.

By Telecomlead.com Team
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