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NXP Wireless QN908X MCU families based on ARM Cortex-M4F

QN908x integrates a Bluetooth Low Energy radio, controller, protocol stack and profile software on a single chip, providing a flexible and easy to use Bluetooth Low Energy SoC solution.

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QN908x is an ultra-low power, high performance and highly integrated Bluetooth 5 certified Low Energy solution for Bluetooth Smart applications such as sports and fitness, human interface devices, and app-enabled smart accessories. It is specially designed for wearables with a small capacity battery.

QN908x integrates a BLE radio, controller and in-flash host software to offer a flexible and easy way to use a BLE SoC solution. It also includes a high performance MCU (ARM Cortex-M4F), on-chip memory, Fusion Sensor Processor (FSP), and peripherals to enable truly single chip wireless solutions.


Key features

  • High performance radio with Bluetooth 5 certified
  • Ultra Low transmit and receive current consumption
  • HW accelerator (FSP) improves time and power efficiency
  • Complete Enablement: FreeRTOS, MCUXpresso, Keil and IAR IDEs


Additional features

The QN908x MCU families features:

Power efficient

  • 32 MHz (max) ARM® Cortex®-M4F
  • Fusion Signal co-Processor (FSP) hardware acceleration for sensor fusion
  • 3.5mA Rx current @DC-DC, 3V
  • 3.5mA Tx current with 0dBm Tx power @DC-DC, 3V

Large and expandable embedded memory

  • 512 kB embedded program flash and 128 kB SRAM
  • Quad-SPI interface to external flash for XIP

Complete Bluetooth Low Energy protocol stack and application profiles

  • Bluetooth Low Energy v5.0 certified
  • BLE 2M PHY with Bluetooth 5 compatibility and qualified

High Integration

  • 2x I2C, 2x SPI, 2x USART
  • USB 2.0 FS device
  • 8-channel 16-bit high resolution ADC
  • Up to 8 touch buttons

Reliable and secure

  • True Random Number Generator
  • Cyclic Redundancy Check
  • AES-128



  • Wearables
  • Health devices
  • Sports and fitness trackers
  • HID devices such as keyboards, mice, and remote control
  • Smart home nodes
  • Building and home automation
  • Retail and advertising beacons