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About Raytac Corporation

  Raytac Corporation was established in 2004 by a group of engineers whose expertise was in Radio Frequency (RF) technology and a team of experienced multinational senior marketing and production personnel. The core technology know-how in RF and Bluetooth, R&D, manufacturing and marketing of wireless electronic products, Raytac has committed to customers to provide a more convenient wireless choice.
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  • Raytac Announces A nRF52 Solution Module, MDBT42Q-U (Deployed u.FL Connector for External Antenna)

    Raytac today announces the u.FL connector version module, MDBT42Q-U series which selects Nordic nRF52832 and nRF52810 SoC to provide the Bluetooth Low Energy (Bluetooth LE, aka BLE) wireless connectivity for IoT applications.

  • Change to nRF52833 module? What the Hardware & Firmware Setting Need To Review?

    nRF52840 and nRF52833 modules are hardware compatible, most developers shall be interested to know if it is just that simple "Move the code from nRF52840 to nRF52833 and the transferring work completed?" We hope the answer is yes, but actually is "No" in practical. Not only pin assignment but also firmware setting need to review again to ensure original nRF52840 code can work for nRF52833. Therefore Raytac here provided a simple check list in terms of hardware and firmware aspects helping developers to complete the transferring works. Below review are based on transferring from Raytac's nRF52840 to nRF52833 modules: nRF52840 modules includes MDBT50Q-1MV2, MDBT50Q-P1MV2, MDBT50Q-U1MV2. nRF52833 modules includes MDBT50Q-512K, MDBT50Q-P512K, MDBT50Q-U512K.

  • Raytac Released nRF52833 Module / MDBT50Q Series

    Nordic's nRF52833 is an advanced mulitiprotocol SoC solution which supporting not only Bluetooth mesh, Thread, Zigbee but also latest BT5.1 direction finding capable radio. The solution is built around 64MHz Arm Cortex-M4 FPU, 512KB flash memory, and 128KB RAM memory with an extended industrial standard working temperature range of -40 °C to 105°C which is an ideal solution for commercial and industrial applications.

  • Come to visit Raytac at Embedded World #Hall 3 / 3-520

    With over 1,000 exhibitors gathering in Nuremberg, Germany on 25 Feb.~27 Feb., 2019 , Embedded World has become one of the biggest trade fair among the IoT Technologies. Raytac is pleased to be in attendance and present our full range of module family based on Nordic nRF5840, nRF52833 and nRF52832.

  • Raytac Released nRF52840 Dongle "MDBT50Q-RX"

    Raytac released nRF52840 Dongle which deployed MDBT50Q-P1M module offer a Bluetooth 5 specification granted, FCC/IC/Telec(MIC)/KC/SRRC/NCC/WPC certified, CE/RCM compliant solution.

  • How to get your firmware development started

    Setting up Nordic's IDE (Integrated Development Environment) is the first step into Bluetooth product development, and it's also where most developers need support. In order for developers to be able to smoothly set up their IDE, Raytac hereby provide you with a few easy steps. First and foremost - In terms of IDEs, there are currently four different ones that are all viable; Segger Embedded Studio (SES), Keil C, IAR and GCC. Among these, SES and GCC are IDEs free of charge while Keil C and IAR both require the developer to pay a license fee to their respective company. We at Raytac generally recommend SES, as it is an IDE brought forth by both Nordic and Segger together and it uses Segger J-Link. Although GCC is a free IDE, it only builds code and is impractical editting make file or debugging firmware. Thus, it's not our primary choice. Therefore, we will hereby provide you a step-by-step guide on how to set up your IDE when using SES.