Tuesday, January 10, 2012

TI intros ZigBee RF4CE remote control solution

LAS VEGAS, USA: Texas Instruments Inc. (TI) has introduced its latest ZigBee RF4CE remote control solution with support for the upcoming ZigBee Input Device (ZID) profile, which enables mouse-like pointing functionality, keyboard and gesture- and touch-based input controls for consumer electronics such as TVs, set-top boxes and game consoles.

TI's ZigBee RF4CE solution includes the royalty-free RemoTI 1.3 protocol stack with sample application software, an ETSI-compliant and FCC-certified nano USB module, and an associated Advanced Remote Control development kit.

Together with TI's proven CC253x 802.15.4 RF-IC radios, the new ZigBee RF4CE solution allows manufacturers to quickly deliver advanced remote control devices. The CC253x offers pin-to-pin compatibility with TI's Bluetooth® low energy CC254x system-on-chips (SoC), enabling future-proofed designs that easily implement both standards.

"With TI's ZigBee RF4CE ZID profile based solution, manufacturers can quickly deliver remote control devices for more intuitive and enjoyable remote control user experiences," said Oyvind Birkenes, general manager, low-power RF, TI. "We are proud to say that TI's remote control solutions are deployed today by market-leading customers, partners and third parties, putting leading-edge capabilities in consumers' hands."

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