the initial technology maturity curve for iot development is only based on an increase in the number of deployed and potential sensors. today, we can look to the future and explore some important success factors. future trends in the internet of things, including iot applications, will bring economic benefits to end users. there is also a trend towards longer battery life, lasting for years. in any wireless iot monitoring system, data transmission consumes power.
on november 14, 2019, nordic announced the launch of the first member of the next-generation nrf53 series chip -- nrf5340 high-end multi-protocol system-level chip. the chip to build in the nordic nrf51 and nrf52 multi-protocol series chips, and at the same time introduced a dual processor hardware architecture, with high performance and low power consumption, extensibility, high heat resistance advantages, can be widely used in smart home, indoor navigation, professional lighting, industrial automation, wearable devices, and other complex internet applications.
cc2652r device is a multi protocol wireless 2.4ghz mcu for thread, zigbee ®, low-power bluetooth ® 5, ieee 802.15.4g, ipv6 capable intelligent object (6lowpan), wi-sun ® and proprietary systems, including ti 15.4-stack.