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How Do I Use the QCA4020 Development Kit to Combine Wi-Fi, Bluetooth 5 and Zigbee/Thread?

The only thing better than having multiple IoT ecosystems on a single chip is having them all on a single development board for testing. I mentioned in my previous blog post that our QCA4020 chip...
https://developer.qualcomm.com/blog/how-do-i-use-qca4020-development-kit-combine-wi-fi-bluetooth-5-and-zigbeethread
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4 New IoT Development Kits for Bluetooth Low Energy Applications

Get your Bluetooth® Low Energy IoT applications ready for a new family of development kits based on the CSR102x modules from Qualcomm Technologies International, Ltd. The CSR102x family is designed...
https://developer.qualcomm.com/blog/4-new-iot-development-kits-bluetooth-low-energy-applications
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QCA4010 in a Development Kit: Hostless, Low-Power Wi-Fi SoC

You’ve built out your embedded Internet of Things (IoT) SW application and you need a Wi-Fi platform to run it on, with low power consumption and a rich set of communication protocols and physical...
https://developer.qualcomm.com/blog/qca4010-development-kit-hostless-low-power-wi-fi-soc
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Need Wi-Fi Connectivity for Your MCU? Get the GT202

Your MCU design is good; your MCU design with Wi-Fi connectivity for IoT would be even better. In other words, it’s good that you’ve built a microcontroller application that controls temperature,...
https://developer.qualcomm.com/blog/need-wi-fi-connectivity-your-mcu-get-gt202
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