Indesign, LLC has built a strong foundation of Bluetooth® knowledge, development experience, and development testing. We have RF hardware and software designers on staff, fully equipped labs, an on-site RF screen room, experience with testing and system verification, and we can provide assistance with product certifications. We have strong skills in antenna design, product prototyping, and model building. Our team of electrical engineers and Bluetooth software development engineers can develop your Bluetooth software-enabled products, accelerate your time to market, and lower your overall development cost.
Our Bluetooth expertise includes development experience with Bluetooth Classic (BR/EDR) and Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE), including experience up to the latest Bluetooth 5.x specification. Many of the products developed by Indesign feature Bluetooth audio communications, whereas other products feature Bluetooth data transmission. Indesign has been developing Bluetooth enabled devices for more than 15 years.
Bluetooth product development projects by Indesign often involve communication with a mobile device, such as a tablet or a cell phone. Indesign’s development team can create the software required for either end of the Bluetooth communication link, whether it is the embedded device end or the mobile device end. Indesign can provide all of the hardware and software development needed for the embedded Bluetooth device.
Some typical applications for our Bluetooth software and hardware development solutions include:
- Wireless Headsets
- True Wireless Earbuds
- Wireless Microphones
- Wireless Speakers
- Medical Devices
- Health and Fitness Devices
- Remote Control Devices
- Wireless Bridge and Gateway Devices
- Location Devices
- Access Control and Security Devices
- Mobile Phone and Tablet Interfaces
- Sensor Data Transmission
- Wireless Beacon Devices
- PC Interface Devices
Our engineers are familiar with Bluetooth chips from a variety of semiconductor chip suppliers. This includes chips from Qualcomm, Texas Instruments, Silicon Labs, Nordic Semiconductor, Dialog Semiconductor, and others. Indesign has a close working relationship with these chip suppliers, and Indesign is often recommended by these suppliers to support their customers with design and developments using their Bluetooth SoCs and modules.