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Audio Latency using SBC codec

We are constantly asked by companies to provide information on latency of Bluetooth audio solutions, specifically, when using an SBC codec, obligatory with classic Bluetooth. In this article we demonstrate that the latency of the audio channel with SEARAN’s use of the SBC codec should be acceptable for most consumer Bluetooth audio products. Our assessment […]

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Mouser Electronics Signs Global Agreement with SEARAN to Offer Bluetooth SDKs for Multiple OS

November 6, 2019 – Mouser Electronics, Inc., the authorized global distributor with the newest semiconductors and electronic components, today announces a global distribution agreement with SEARAN, a fast-growing provider of Bluetooth® wireless connectivity, with tens of millions of licenses sold for innovative solutions in consumer, medical, and industrial applications. The SEARAN product line, now available from Mouser Electronics, provides developers with the company’s […]

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iAP addition to BlueZ stack

SEARAN integrated its iAP protocol to work seamlessly with the Linux’s BlueZ stack. BlueZ is an open source Bluetooth stack. SEARAN’s iAP protocol works over existing BlueZ RFCOMM protocol and enables devices to connect seamlessly either to Android devices via SPP by BlueZ or iOS devices via SEARAN’s iAP. Ask for free evaluations by sending […]

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dotstack SDK on Linux

A complete dotstack SDK is now available on a Linux platform. Like its traditional embedded SDK on Cortex platforms SEARAN provides its dual mode stack, dotstackTM with protocols, profiles, and code examples with data, audio and voice applications now on Linux. The list of profiles includes A2DP, AVRCP, HFP, PBAP, HSP, SPP, and BLE. The […]

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SEARAN – Goes Beyond Bluetooth and into Complete Systems Solutions

In the past, SEARAN’s development for customers was mostly limited to Bluetooth connectivity with occasional implementation of other functionality. Usually, we would provide customers with an SDK, on their platform of choice, with user case code examples, and our customers were left to develop complete applications by themselves. As a result of the successful integration […]

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