Bluetooth: Bluetooth BR/EDR

Bluetooth BR/EDR design engineers Panasonic
Wireless Bluetooth BR/EDR

Bluetooth® BR/EDR technology is best suited to high data rate applications (up to 3 Mbits), where the network size is under eight nodes. This is a piconet of one 1 master device and up to 7 slaves. Role switching is supported. Larger networks can be formed with Scatternets. Connections are robust, even in noisy environments, by using 79 channels, each 1 MHz wide, adaptive frequency hopping, and multiple modulation schemes. Range can be adjusted using hardware and software from under a meter to over two hundred meters. There are several types of profiles which describe a variety of use cases. For example, SPP or Serial Port Profile is a standard profile for wirelessly connecting devices in place of a serial cable.

Line Up

4 matches.
Series/TypeData SheetImagePart NosSoftware/ProfileUsed ICRx Sensitivity / Tx Power [dBm]Size [mm] (Antenna Option)Bluetooth Version / ClassCurrent Consumption
PAN13x0ENW89814C2MFHCIPMB8763-86 @ BER10-3 / +4 11.6 x 8.7 x 1.8 (w/o antenna) / 15.6 x 8.7 x 2.8 (w/ antenna)v2.1 + EDR / class 2Tx, EDR: 40 mA / Sleep Mode: 80 µA
PAN1322n/aENW89841A3KF, ENW89841AZKF, ENW89841AYKF
Not recommended for new Design
SPPPMB8754-86 @ BER10-3 / +415.6 x 8.7 x 2.8 (w/ antenna)v2.1 + EDR / class 2Tx, EDR: 40 mA / Sleep Mode: 80 µA
PAN13x5ENW89829C3KF, ENW89829A3KF, ENW89819AZKFHCICC2560B-93 @ BER10-3 / +109.0 x 6.5 x 1.8 (w/o antenna) / 9.0 x 9.5 x 1.8 (w/ antenna)v2.1 + EDR / class 1.5Tx, EDR: 40 mA / Sleep Mode: 135 µA
PAN1x55ENW89815A4KF, ENW89815A5KF, ENW89815A3KFSPP/HDP+SPP/HID/…BC6 + STM32F10386 @ BER10-3 / +422.8 x 13.5 x 2.7 (w/ antenna)v3.0 + EDR / class 2ACL, DH1: 47 mA / Sleep Mode: <100 µA

Related Information


  • RF Channel: 79 with 1 MHz spacing
  • Topology: Piconet (1 Master, 7 Slaves), larger networks via Scatternets
  • Connection Time: 1,000 ms
  • Modulation: GSFK
  • Encryption: Safer+
  • Battery Life: Months
  • Max. Data Rate: up to 2,100 kbs (net)
  • Range: 1-200 m (typ.)


  • Consumer Electronics
  • Mobile Phone Accessoires
  • Industrial Applications
  • Cable Replacement
  • and many more

Understanding Compatibility

Brand your product “Bluetooth”

Bluetooth branded products are known since years in the market. Common Bluetooth branded products are products such as wireless speakers, headsets or in-vehicle communication devices.

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