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How to connect WiFi ad BLE modules in implanted systems.

MSAKARIM

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How to connect wifi and BLE modules in implanted systems "using any way except PCB"
These modules have no Pins and made in Texas Instruments.
 

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Part numbers?

If they have no pins and no PCB, what are you trying to do with them? WiFi and BLE are incompatible systems.

Brian.
 

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Hi

I can share several things suitable for data transmission WiFi, BLE Bluetooth module.

OT WLAN WiFi module WU106
WU106 is a WiFi module that complies with the 802.11 b / g / n standard. It has a built-in in-vehicle low-power application processor. It is a low-cost serial WiFi module that supports UART-WiFi-Ethernet data transmission.

ESP8266 serial port transparent transmission WiFi module WG219
WG219 is a low-power and small-size WiFi module based on ESP8266 chip integration. It conforms to the 802.11b / g / n wireless module standard and is often used in serial UART data transmission applications.

WG219 is optimized for enterprise, smart grid, home automation, and control client applications, as well as specific data transmission and reception control. The WiFi module WG219 also supports rapid program development and application of ultra-low power devices with SW on-chip complete applications. This makes WG219 a good choice in highly integrated, low-power automation and sensor solutions.

According to market share estimates, by 2021, 60% of wireless devices will use Bluetooth, and at the same time, 16% of the devices will use Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE). Most of the growth will occur in applications such as smart homes, beacons, connected homes, and wearable devices.

BLE4.2 / 5.0 Bluetooth module SKB369
SKB369 is a highly integrated Bluetooth 4.2 low power module, designed for wireless 2.4GHz ISM high rate transmission! SKB369 supports the ANT protocol.

SKB369 is developed based on Nordic nRF52832, with 32-bit ARM Cortex-M4F CPU, flash memory, and analog computer and digital computer peripherals. SKB369 is prevented from being used in the wireless transmission industry due to its low power consumption and low cost!

Hope these can help you.
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