Bluetooth Low Energy is a wireless connection technology that works in short ranges and is low-cost and interoperable. It is widely used in various areas like mobile devices, IoT, healthcare and medical devices, smart home, and others. Bluetooth Low Energy operates on the 2.4 GHz ISM frequency band, with an application capacity as high as 1.4 Mbps and an application range as wide as 1,000 meters. It lowers the power consumption/energy to a large extent. Moreover, it is capable of providing power security protection to network/internet communications as it utilizes the complete AES-128 encryption technology.
The GR551x series chip, launched by Goodix, is a single-mode Bluetooth low energy SoC chip. It can be configured as a Broadcaster, an Observer, a Peripheral and a Central while supporting the use of the combinations of all these roles. The GR551x series chip can be widely used in areas such as IoT and wearable devices.
* Note: The GR5515RGBD is not recommended for new designs
The GR551x SDK includes multi-functional Bluetooth LE Stack API, easy-to-use system API, drivers, reference code and relevant documents.
GProgrammer is a generic Flash programming tool that applies to Goodix chip series. It supports the functions like firmware download, Flash read/write, and eFuse-related configurations.
GRSmart is the PC-based debugging tool that works with the GR551x Bluetooth LE Dongle.
A development kit based on GR551x SoC which is designed for quick learning about GR551x development environment.
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