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Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE) 5+ is a popular wireless communication technology for short-range networking. BLE 5+ provides faster data transfer rates, greater range, and improved device interoperability. Wearable devices, healthcare monitoring, location-based services, and home automation are examples of common BLE 5+ uses.


It can be used for fitness tracking, remote patient monitoring, interior navigation, and managing smart home gadgets, among other things.

The Bluetooth Low Energy (LE) radio is designed to run on very little power.


The Bluetooth LE radio transmits data across 40 channels in the 2.4GHz unlicensed ISM frequency band, giving developers significant flexibility to construct products that match the particular connection requirements of their market. Bluetooth LE supports a wide range of communication topologies, from point-to-point to broadcast and, most recently, mesh, allowing Bluetooth technology to facilitate the building of dependable, large-scale device networks. While Bluetooth LE was first renowned for its device communications capabilities, it is now frequently employed as a device positioning technology to meet the growing demand for high accuracy indoor location services. Bluetooth LE now has capabilities that allow one device to determine the presence, distance, and direction of another.

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The Alltrace system is able to store all kind of sensors based on technologies like: RFID, Sigfox, Wifi, Halow, Ultra Wide Band (UWB), Lora, Barcodes, QR, Wirepas, Narrow Band (NB), Bluetooth (BLE), GPS, Zigbee.

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