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BGM113A256

Simplifying Wireless Development with Bluetooth Low Energy Technology

Silicon Labs’ BGM113A256 is a fully integrated, certified Bluetooth low energy module ideally suited for low-power, short-range wireless applications. The BGM113A256 module combines a 2.4 GHz EFR32BG1 Series 1 wireless SoC, a high-efficiency chip antenna, and our Bluetooth 4.1-compliant software stack to minimize the time and effort typically required for complex RF designs. Supported also by Silicon Labs’ best-in-class development tools like our Energy Profiler and Packet Trace, the BGM113A256 provides fast time-to-market choice for space- and energy-sensitive IoT applications. It’s also footprint-compatible with the popular BLE113 module, making it possible to migrate to an ARM Cortex-M4 Bluetooth platform with higher application processing power and lower power consumption while opening a path for Bluetooth 4.2 upgrades.
 

Key Specs

 
Antenna
Built-in
Package
PCB
BLE
Yes
Bluetooth 5
No
Range (m)
up to 50
Dimensions (mm)
9.15 x 15.73 x 1.9
TX Power
3
RX Sensitivity
-92
MCU Core
ARM Cortex-M4
RAM (kB)
32
Flash (kB)
256
Antenna
Built-in
Package
PCB
BLE
Yes
Bluetooth 5
No
Range (m)
up to 50
Dimensions (mm)
9.15 x 15.73 x 1.9
TX Power
3
RX Sensitivity
-92
MCU Core
ARM Cortex-M4
RAM (kB)
32
Flash (kB)
256
EFR32BG1 Module Block Diagram
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Company Name Silicon Laboratories, Inc.
Company Address 400 W. Cesar Chavez Austin, TX 78701
Date of Incorporation 1996
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Corp Social Responsibility 1996

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