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KrDe_284951
New Contributor II

For an agricultural application, I need to design an IoT BT/BLE module operating on a trailer of tractor. The module must communicate wiith a smartphone located in the cabin (distance < 10m). How can I optimize the design for best RF performance? What components will be best suited? What type of antenna would be the best suited?

Thanks for your reply

Kris

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GyanC_36
Employee

Hi Kris ,

      We have BLE modules which have inbuilt antenna and crystals for the best performance and provide a range of approx 50 m in outdoor. You might like to visit our modules page at below link -

    https://www.cypress.com/products/ble-bluetooth

-Gyan

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GyanC_36
Employee

Hi Kris ,

      We have BLE modules which have inbuilt antenna and crystals for the best performance and provide a range of approx 50 m in outdoor. You might like to visit our modules page at below link -

    https://www.cypress.com/products/ble-bluetooth

-Gyan

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HeGi_2497906
Contributor II

Kris, if you want to test, our RV products use the Cypress PSoC 012011, we get ~ 50 meters, lets me know, I will arrange a discount code for you.

What is the application, our smartRVcontrols is a 12V smart controller that can do 12Vdc control signals and direct DC motor drive up to 30amps.  https://www.rv-intelligence.com/smartrvcontrols/

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KrDe_284951
New Contributor II

Hi Herb,

Thanks for your reply! Very nice product you have! In our application, reading from sensordata, I would like to implement multiple simultaneous access access to the sensordata over BLE. Is this something you already did? I will post this question in an other topic.

Kris

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HeGi_2497906
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Hi Kris, that is a big question, what type of sensor, what data format, digital/analog, etc.

We have some monitor and control products in development.

Let me know, there are definitively uniqueness to any chip/module, feel free to ask questions as you move forward.

H

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