Design Next-Generation Applications with Multiprotocol
 Wireless Software

Reduce wireless subsystem BOM and size by up to 40%

Use a single wireless SoC  or module and radio to transform your connected wireless design into an intelligent, multifunction application that drives automation, accelerates smart device adoption, and delivers next-generation capabilities for the IoT.



Demonstration

Combining Zigbee, Bluetooth and Beacons

Improve device setup with direct smart phone connectivity and deliver greater intelligence through beacons.



Video

Multiprotocol Execution on a Single Chip

Examine how dynamic multiprotocol scheduling enables direct smartphone control and Bluetooth beacons on Zigbee mesh network devices.



Webinar

Get an Overview of Multiprotocol Communication

Multiprotocol connectivity makes it easier to deliver proximity-based mobile experiences with Bluetooth beacons through connected lights and building automation systems.



The Silicon Labs Advantage

Expertise

15+ years providing commercial mesh solutions with more than 100 million deployed nodes

Cost Savings

Simplify PCB design and reduce wireless-subsystem size and cost by up to 40%
 

Productivity

Patented network analysis tools, energy profiling and graphical application configuration.

Mighty Gecko MGM12P Multiprotocol Capable Module

Silicon Labs’ Mighty Gecko MGM12P module integrates our EFR32MG12 Mighty Gecko SoC into a small form factor module for Zigbee, Thread and Bluetooth low energy (LE) networks. With 1024 kB of Flash and 256 kB of RAM, this module is ideal for applications that require multiple protocols. Modules enable the fastest time to market and are ideal for lower volume (< 100K) applications. The fully certified modules integrate all components (Crystals, RF passives and Antenna) required for a system-level implementation of zigbee, Thread and BLE networks. With +10 dBm and +17 dBm versions, the modules can meet the WW regulatory requirements for IEEE 802.15.4 2.4 GHz used in both zigbee and Thread networks as well 2GFSK used in BLE networks.



Mighty Gecko 40 MHz Arm Cortex-M4 SoCs

Devices
Part Number Data Sheet Kit Dynamic Multiprotocol MCU Core Frequency (MHz) Flash (kB) RAM (kB) Output Power Range (dBm) Cryptography RX Current (mA) Receive Sensitivity Wireless Standards Integrated 32 kHz Clock DAC SPI I²C I²S USB UART USART LEUART Timers (16-bit) Dig I/O Pins Package Type Package Size
SLWSTK6000B Yes ARM Cortex-M4 40 1024 128 -30 10 AES-128 AES-256 ECC SHA-1 SHA-2 10.8 -102.7 (250 kbps O-QPSK DSSS) Bluetooth Thread Zigbee No VDAC 4 2 4 No 5 4 0 9 65 BGA125 7x7
SLWSTK6000B Yes ARM Cortex-M4 40 1024 128 -30 10 AES-128 AES-256 ECC SHA-1 SHA-2 10.8 -102.7 (250 kbps O-QPSK DSSS) Bluetooth Thread Zigbee No VDAC 4 2 4 No 5 4 0 9 31 QFN48 7x7
SLWSTK6000B Yes ARM Cortex-M4 40 1024 128 -30 19 AES-128 AES-256 ECC SHA-1 SHA-2 10.8 -102.7 (250 kbps O-QPSK DSSS) Bluetooth Thread Zigbee No VDAC 4 2 4 No 5 4 0 9 65 BGA125 7x7
SLWSTK6000B Yes ARM Cortex-M4 40 1024 128 -30 19 AES-128 AES-256 ECC SHA-1 SHA-2 10.8 -102.7 (250 kbps O-QPSK DSSS) Bluetooth Thread Zigbee No VDAC 2 2 2 No 0 0 0 9 31 QFN48 7x7
SLWSTK6000B Yes ARM Cortex-M4 40 1024 256 -30 10 AES-128 AES-256 ECC SHA-1 SHA-2 10.8 -102.7 (250 kbps O-QPSK DSSS) Bluetooth Thread Zigbee No VDAC 4 2 4 No 5 4 0 9 65 BGA125 7x7
SLWSTK6000B Yes ARM Cortex-M4 40 1024 256 -30 10 AES-128 AES-256 ECC SHA-1 SHA-2 10.8 -102.7 (250 kbps O-QPSK DSSS) Bluetooth Thread Zigbee No VDAC 4 2 4 No 5 4 0 9 31 QFN48 7x7
SLWSTK6000B Yes ARM Cortex-M4 40 1024 256 -30 19 AES-128 AES-256 ECC SHA-1 SHA-2 10.8 -102.7 (250 kbps O-QPSK DSSS) Bluetooth Thread Zigbee No VDAC 4 2 4 No 5 4 0 9 65 BGA125 7x7
SLWSTK6000B Yes ARM Cortex-M4 40 1024 256 -30 19 AES-128 AES-256 ECC SHA-1 SHA-2 10.8 -102.7 (250 kbps O-QPSK DSSS) Bluetooth Thread Zigbee No VDAC 4 2 4 No 5 4 0 9 31 QFN48 7x7
SLWSTK6000B Yes ARM Cortex-M4 40 1024 256 -30 19 AES-128 AES-256 ECC SHA-1 SHA-2 10.8 -102.7 (250 kbps O-QPSK DSSS) Bluetooth Thread Zigbee No VDAC 4 2 4 No 5 4 0 9 65 BGA125 7x7
SLWSTK6000B Yes ARM Cortex-M4 40 1024 256 -30 19 AES-128 AES-256 ECC SHA-1 SHA-2 10.8 -102.7 (250 kbps O-QPSK DSSS) Bluetooth Thread Zigbee No VDAC 4 2 4 No 5 4 0 9 31 QFN48 7x7
SLWSTK6000B Yes ARM Cortex-M4 40 512 64 -30 10 AES-128 AES-256 ECC SHA-1 SHA-2 10.2 -102.7 (250 kbps O-QPSK DSSS) Bluetooth Thread Zigbee Yes 2x 12-bit, 33-ch., 500 ksps 3 2 2 Yes 4 3 0 8 31 QFN48 7x7
SLWSTK6000B Yes ARM Cortex-M4 40 512 64 -30 19 AES-128 AES-256 ECC SHA-1 SHA-2 10.2 -102.7 (250 kbps O-QPSK DSSS) Bluetooth Thread Zigbee Yes 2x 12-bit, 33-ch., 500 ksps 3 2 2 No 4 3 0 8 31 QFN48 7x7
SLWSTK6000B Yes ARM Cortex-M4 40 512 64 -30 19 AES-128 AES-256 ECC SHA-1 SHA-2 10.2 -102.7 (250 kbps O-QPSK DSSS) Bluetooth Thread Zigbee Yes 2x 12-bit, 33-ch., 500 ksps 3 2 2 No 4 3 0 8 31 QFN48 7x7
SLWSTK6000B No ARM Cortex-M4 40 256 32 -30 16.5 AES-128 AES-256 ECC SHA-1 SHA-2 9.8 -101 dBm (250 kbps O-QPSK DSSS) Thread Zigbee No iDAC 2 1 2 No 3 2 0 7 16 QFN32 5x5
SLWSTK6000B No ARM Cortex-M4 40 256 32 -30 16.5 AES-128 AES-256 ECC SHA-1 SHA-2 9.8 -101 dBm (250 kbps O-QPSK DSSS) Thread Zigbee No iDAC 2 1 2 No 3 2 0 7 31 QFN48 7x7
SLWSTK6000B No ARM Cortex-M4 40 256 32 -30 19.5 AES-128 AES-256 ECC SHA-1 SHA-2 9.8 -101 dBm (250 kbps O-QPSK DSSS) Thread Zigbee No iDAC 2 1 2 No 3 2 0 7 16 QFN32 5x5
SLWSTK6000B No ARM Cortex-M4 40 256 32 -30 19.5 AES-128 AES-256 ECC SHA-1 SHA-2 9.8 -101 dBm (250 kbps O-QPSK DSSS) Thread Zigbee No iDAC 2 1 2 No 3 2 0 7 31 QFN48 7x7
SLWSTK6000B No ARM Cortex-M4 40 256 32 -30 16.5 AES-128 AES-256 ECC SHA-1 SHA-2 9.8 -99 dBm (250 kbps O-QPSK DSSS) Thread Zigbee No iDAC 1 1 0 No 2 1 0 7 16 QFN32 5x5
SLWSTK6000B No ARM Cortex-M4 40 256 32 -30 19 AES-128 AES-256 ECC SHA-1 SHA-2 9.8 -99 dBm (250 kbps O-QPSK DSSS) Thread Zigbee No iDAC 1 1 0 No 2 1 0 7 16 QFN32 5x5
SLWSTK6000B No ARM Cortex-M4 40 256 32 -30 16.5 AES-128 AES-256 ECC SHA-1 SHA-2 9.8 -101 dBm (250 kbps O-QPSK DSSS) Thread Zigbee No iDAC 2 1 2 No 3 2 0 7 16 QFN32 5x5
SLWSTK6000B No ARM Cortex-M4 40 256 32 -30 16.5 AES-128 AES-256 ECC SHA-1 SHA-2 9.8 -101 dBm (250 kbps O-QPSK DSSS) Thread Zigbee No iDAC 2 1 2 No 3 2 0 7 31 QFN48 7x7
SLWSTK6000B No ARM Cortex-M4 40 256 32 30 16.5 AES-128 AES-256 ECC SHA-1 SHA-2 9.8 -101 dBm (250 kbps O-QPSK DSSS) Thread Zigbee No iDAC 2 1 2 No 3 2 0 7 28 QFN48 7x7
SLWSTK6000B No ARM Cortex-M4 40 256 32 -30 19.5 AES-128 AES-256 ECC SHA-1 SHA-2 9.8 -101 dBm (250 kbps O-QPSK DSSS) Thread Zigbee No iDAC 2 1 2 No 3 2 0 7 16 QFN32 5x5
SLWSTK6000B No ARM Cortex-M4 40 256 32 -30 19.5 AES-128 AES-256 ECC SHA-1 SHA-2 9.8 -101 dBm (250 kbps O-QPSK DSSS) Thread Zigbee No iDAC 2 1 2 No 3 2 0 7 31 QFN48 7x7
SLWSTK6000B No ARM Cortex-M4 40 256 32 -30 19.5 AES-128 AES-256 ECC SHA-1 SHA-2 9.8 -101 dBm (250 kbps O-QPSK DSSS) Thread Zigbee No iDAC 2 1 2 No 3 2 0 7 28 QFN48 7x7
SLWSTK6000B No ARM Cortex-M4 40 256 32 -30 16.5 AES-128 AES-256 ECC SHA-1 SHA-2 9.8 -99 dBm (250 kbps O-QPSK DSSS) Thread Zigbee No iDAC 1 1 0 No 2 1 0 7 16 QFN32 5x5
SLWSTK6000B No ARM Cortex-M4 40 256 32 -30 19.5 AES-128 AES-256 ECC SHA-1 SHA-2 9.8 -99 dBm (250 kbps O-QPSK DSSS) Thread Zigbee No iDAC 1 1 0 No 2 1 0 7 16 QFN32 5x5
SLWSTK6000B No ARM Cortex-M4 40 256 32 -30 8 AES-128 AES-256 ECC SHA-1 SHA-2 9.8 -101 dBm (250 kbps O-QPSK DSSS) Thread Zigbee No iDAC 2 1 2 No 3 2 0 7 16 QFN32 5x5
SLWSTK6000B No ARM Cortex-M4 40 256 32 30 8 AES-128 AES-256 ECC SHA-1 SHA-2 9.8 -101 dBm (250 kbps O-QPSK DSSS) Thread Zigbee No iDAC 2 1 2 No 3 2 0 7 31 QFN48 7x7
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