SUMMARY: This document describes the functionality of the Wakeup Receiver and supported wake-up patterns.
SUMMARY: Atmosic SoC devices combine extremely low power consumption with direct use of harvested energy to create superior energy harvesting solutions. Using the example of an energy-harvested photovoltaic remote control, this white paper shows how an Atmosic-based solution modeled over 24-hour daily usage period stores excess harvested energy compared with a net daily energy deficient for our competitor’s solution under the same lighting conditions and remote usage.
This document is duplicate of #2461 in download manager ATM2_3 Wakeup Receiver White Paper ATM3xxx-WPWU-0052.pdf (Release Date April 14, 2021)
SUMMARY: This document describes the functional and power consumption differences among the low-power modes and provides an in-depth analysis of specific use cases for ATM33/e Wireless SoC Series. This document also describes the possible locations where the user application could reside and how that choice impacts the low power mode selection and operation.
Summary: This white paper describes the LE Coded PHY aspect of the Bluetooth Low Energy 5 specification and its advantages. It also lists the features of Coded PHY that are supported in Atmosic’s ATMxxxx series system-on-a-chip (SoC) solutions, how to enable those features as well as point to a few common use-cases of LE Coded PHY such as beacons.
This document is a duplicate of ATM2/ATM3 Sensor Hub White Paper #4373 in download manager. Release Date: April 16, 2021 Document Number: ATMxxxx-WPSH-0032
Summary: This white paper first describes how to program the sensor hub. It then does an average power comparison between the two methods using a realistic set of parameters. Actual customer use cases may differ but this white paper outlines a methodology that should be useful in all use cases.
Summary: ATM2/3 Series has up to 34 pins labelled P<N> where <N> is an integer. Throughout the remainder of this document, this collection of pins will be referred to as the P pins.
Summary: The Atmosic ATM2/ATM3 series extreme low power Bluetooth 5.0 system-on-a-chip (SoC) incorporates an RF wakeup receiver, which is designed to decode an incoming RF paging signal to wake up the system. This document describes the functionality of the wakeup receiver, supported wakeup patterns, and reference applications.