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Bluetooth Low Energy – iBeacon basics

iBeacon is a protocol developed by Apple Inc. in 2013. In short, iBeacon technology allows mobile applications to understand their position on a micro-local scale, and deliver location-specific contextual content to users based on their proximity. The underlying communication technology is Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE). The protocol takes advantage of the BLE technology to bring […]

January 8, 2016
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BLE introduction: Notify or Indicate

What are the differences between Notify and Indicate? The short answer is that they both basically do the same thing, except Indicate requires acknowledgement, while Notify does not. For the longer answer, please read the rest of my post. By default, you cannot push data to your remote client whenever your Bluetooth low energy (BLE) […]

November 21, 2015
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GATT it man

Hey folks, I am back with another article on Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE). In my previous article, I addressed some common misconceptions between classic Bluetooth and BLE. This time, I will be talking about one of the most commonly used profiles for a BLE device – the GATT, also known as the Generic Attribute Profile. Before […]

October 23, 2015
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Teardown of the low-cost No.1 Sun 2 smartwatch

Overview We have already done a teardown on the LG watch R, and today, we will tear down the Sun S2 to see what lessons we can glean from this low-cost smartwatch from China. A review on the watch has already been done, and we are not making a head-on comparison with the LG watch […]

October 1, 2015
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Bluetooth: should you go low energy?

Bluetooth today is understood by many as a convenient connectivity solution. Yet there are limitations regarding its flexibility and this entry serves to discuss some misconceptions about Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE or Bluetooth Smart) and classic Bluetooth. We often receive projects that involve Bluetooth communication, yet many of our clients specify “BLE” without understanding the […]

September 26, 2015
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When USB lights get too hot

USB powered lights are convenient for reading, off-center lighting for mobile photo-taking and the like and on the market are some low-cost and simple USB-powered reading lights such as the S$2 Xiaomi Mi LED light. Unfortunately, we found that the light output is not sufficient for certain conditions. A quick tear-down revealed a SAM semiconductor […]

September 21, 2015
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