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About Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE)
Similar to Bluetooth, Bluetooth LE operates in the 2.4 GHz band. The hidden difference is that Bluetooth Low Energy remains in sleep mode unless a connection initiates. The actual connection times only last a few milliseconds, unlike Bluetooth, which connects for a few seconds or a few hours at a time. These short connections are necessary because data rates are significantly higher (1 Mb per second). Here are some common examples of devices that use Bluetooth LE:
- Blood pressure monitoring
- Fitbit devices
- Industrial monitoring sensors
- Geography-based, targeted promotions
- Public transportation apps
- Other various IoT applications
Bluetooth solutions can be applied to both consumer and commercial use cases. Most consumers access Bluetooth and Bluetooth Low Energy daily without even realizing it – and commercial industries are also beginning to do the same.