New Developments in Bluetooth® Low Energy
6/24/2021 , 2 pm ET
Bluetooth devices are everywhere. The number of Bluetooth devices shipped this year is expected to exceed that of any other wireless technology. For those developing Bluetooth devices, understanding the technology, the advancements and how to test is critical to improving quality and customer experience, as well as mitigating potential problems.
This webinar will be a valuable opportunity to learn:
- Developments in the evolution of Bluetooth and the benefits, including:
- 2Mb Bluetooth Low Energy
- Bluetooth Long Range
- Angle-of-Arrival / Angle-of-Departure (AoA/AoE) for positioning data
- Bluetooth Low Energy Audio
- What’s next?
- An understanding of the hardware specifications and software protocol stack
- How to test Bluetooth devices
Who Should Attend:
Engineers, managers, and executives working in the development and test of Bluetooth devices.
Market Development Manager
With thirty-seven years of engineering experience in test & measurement, and thirty-one of those years focused on wireless communications, Craig Hendricks is truly a technology expert in the industry. Craig joined Anritsu Company in 1992 and throughout his career has held various technical roles in field applications engineering and engineering management, as well as business development roles. He is currently a Market Development Manager. Craig holds a Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering (BSEE) from the University of Missouri at Rolla (now Missouri School of Science and Technology). He currently resides in North Carolina.
Senior Product Manager
David manages OpenSynergy's line of Bluetooth embedded software products. Prior to his involvement with OpenSynergy, David has been central to conceiving, building, and successfully launching a variety of wireless, consumer electronics products that utilize Bluetooth technology for major and independent brands, receiving worldwide distribution and sales over the past decade.