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Design Considerations for Robust RF Performance

Antonio Mascioli - Colin Ramrattan - STMicroelectronics - Watch Now - Duration: 50:04

Join this short webinar to understand the design considerations designers should be aware of when creating a wirelessly connected device. We will then provide a quick overview of STMicroelectronics Bluetooth LE and LPWAN portfolio of devices.

Here is a quick overview of what will be discussed during this webinar.

  • Typical design constraints of Bluetooth LE designs
  • Typical design constraints of LPWAN/SubGHz designs
  • How to overcome these design considerations and create robust RF designs
  • How STMicroelectronics development board designs from Nucleo boards to DK with the module can accelerate your RF development
  • Where to find software examples in the ST Cube Ecosystem to accelerate development
  • STMicroelectronics portfolio of Bluetooth LE and LPWAN SoC’s and modules that fit any application
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Score: 0 | 1 month ago | 1 reply

Great presentation, with IMHO perfect depth and speed for this timeframe. Provided some refreshments as well as new insights to me. Esp. the IPDs, didn't had them on my map resp. not from ST. Thanks a lot.
It would be great if this presentation video would be generally available , to forward it to some layouters. Maybe someday on the ST site, as an even more extensive course?

Score: 0 | 1 month ago | no reply

Thanks for the comment, much appreciated.
I will enquire regarding setting up some sort of course. The only possibility I see is to include a course/seminar at one of our Technology Tours which provide detailed presentations and tutorials.
I will pass along the comment internally.

Score: 0 | 1 month ago | 1 reply

Slide link is broken, points to a picture only.

Score: 0 | 1 month ago | no reply

Hi Andreas,
unfortunately, you are correct. I am not certain how this can be repaired at this time other than type in the address and you will get to the general landing page(s). From there you can navigate.