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Weekly Bluetooth Industry Report (Dec 13, 2019)

BtleJack: a new Bluetooth Low Energy swiss-army knifeBtlejack provides everything you need to sniff, jam and hijack Bluetooth Low Energy devices. It relies on one or more BBC Micro:Bit. devices running a dedicated firmware. You may also want to use an Adafruit’s Bluefruit LE sniffer or a nRF51822 Eval Kit, as we added support for these devices. Current version…

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Weekly Bluetooth Industry Report (Dec 6, 2019)

Bluetooth Low Energy Serial: A Valid Design Strategy?At some point in developing a connected product for BLE, you may have wondered, “Where is the serial profile?” Maybe you assumed that you missed it while scrolling through the long lists of profiles on the Bluetooth SIG’s website. Or, maybe you never looked, preferring the faster method of…

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Weekly Bluetooth Industry Report (Nov 29, 2019)

WISeKey, ON Semiconductor and Tatwah announce the release of the world’s first Secure IoT Beacon deviceWISeKey, a Swiss based cyber security company, ON Semiconductor (ON), a leading supplier of energy efficient semiconductor-based solutions, and Tatwah, a market leader in designing and manufacturing secure RFID tags and Bluetooth Low Energy beacons with a strong experience in…

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