Bluetooth Low Energy Audio – the Deep Dive

Brought to you by The Connected Devices Group

The second in this online series of Bluetooth events from the Connected Devices SIG group will help delegates to move their product ideas from concept to reality and stay ahead in the next generation of audio products.

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About the event

Following on from the Introduction to Bluetooth Low Energy online SIG event on the 27th October, this SIG offering a new online training concept  for CW – the guided masterclass, starting with a deep dive into the new Bluetooth Low Energy Audio specifications.  This is a 90 minute online masterclass, where delegates have the opportunity to shape the agenda in advance, and participate in audio Q&A sessions at the end of each section of the presentation.

Led by Nick Hunn, a Cambridge Wireless SIG champion, who has been involved in the LE Audio specification development from its start, the Deep Dive will take you through the following topics:

  • Session 1:'LE Audio – What’s new?' - to include,The background to LE Audio; New Concepts and Architecture.
  • Session 2: 'The Nitty Gritty' and will explore; Isochronous Channels and Bluetooth 5.2; Building up and using Audio Streams and Top level profiles.
  • Session 3: 'Changing the way we use audio' which will cover; The new topologies; The impact of broadcast; Personal and private audio and Market timescales.

The aim of the Deep Dive is to guide delegates through the complexity of the new specifications, explaining how they work and fit together, as well as highlighting the potential opportunities.  It is of interest to anyone involved in wireless audio product development, or in the way that our use of voice and music is changing, as technology offers new ways to communicate and consume audio content.

Upon registration, delegates will be asked to rank their preferences and specify any area which they would like to be covered in more detail, as well as supply questions for the live Q&A sessions.  This feedback will be used to structure the masterclass and the group discussions.

This online event is delivered by the Connected Devices SIG, and is free for CW members, and £25 plus VAT for non-members. To explore the benefits of CW membership please click here.

We have limited FREE delegate places for those under 35, and for those working in start-ups and small organisations (less than 5 employees). To claim you free ticket please email 

This is the seond in this online series of Bluetooth events from the Connected Devices SIG group, with the first taking place on the 27th October at 14:00 and is entitled 'An Introduction to Bluetooth Low Energy Audio'. For further information about this session please click here. 

You can follow @CambWireless on Twitter and tweet about this event using #CWCD.


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Welcome and introduction from Tim Whittaker, Cambridge Consultants & Connected Devices SIG Champion


Topic 1: ‘LE Audio – What’s new’ led by Nick Hunn, Wifore Consulting

• The background to LE Audio
• New Concepts
• Architecture


Delegate Q&A, Chaired by Tim Whittaker, Cambridge Consultants


Topic 2: ‘The Nitty Gritty’ led by Nick Hunn, Wifore Consulting

• Isochronous Channels and Bluetooth 5.2
• Building up and using Audio Streams
• Top level profiles


Delegate Q&A, Chaired by Tim Whittaker, Cambridge Consultants


Topic 3: 'Changing the way we use audio’ led by Nick Hunn, Wifore Consulting

• The new topologies
• The impact of broadcast
• Personal and private audio
• Market timescales


Delegate Q&A, Chaired by Tim Whittaker, Cambridge Consultants


Closing remarks from Tim Whittaker, Cambridge Consultants

SIG Champions

Paul Green - Creative Director, Iotics

Paul originated Arkessa in 2006 - the business that provides remote internet services to multitudes of machines. He is currently creating the services Arkessa will offer in five year's time. His professional life combined engineering and science has taken him through a variety of roles, including design and production engineering, business planning, marketing and corporate sales, mainly in the telecommunications sector. Interestingly, the first product he introduced to manufacture is now is in the Science Museum in London. A passionate and committed Christian, Paul is as excited about materials science and quantum physics as he is interested in railways, walking, skiing and the natural world.

Nick Hunn - CTO, WiFore Consulting

For the past thirty years Nick has been closely involved with short range wireless and communications, designing technology that helps to bring mobility to products, particularly in the areas of telematics, M2M, IoT, wearables, smart energy and mobile health. He is closely involved with the Bluetooth SIG, the Continua Alliance and other medical and wireless standards bodies. He is the author of 'The Essentials of Short Range Wireless' - a book attempting to explain the application of wireless technology to product developers.

Tim Whittaker - Head of Professional Audio Visual, Wireless & Digital Services, Cambridge Consultants

Cambridge Consultants was started in 1960 to pioneer the delivery of independent design and development services in electronic, mechanical and product engineering: we are one of the founder companies of the high-technology Cambridge Phenomenon. Our history of world-class services is augmented by our development of intellectual property in areas including telecommunications, software, silicon, medical devices, machine learning, and by more than 20 successful spin-out ventures. Today Cambridge Consultants employs over 900 world-class engineers, scientists, project managers and technicians with offices in Cambridge UK, Boston, Seattle, San Francisco, Singapore and Tokyo; we provide the full range of services for excellent product design to a worldwide client base in the wireless, consumer, industrial, energy and medical markets. Tim Whittaker is a System Architect in the Wireless business unit, where he has taken the technical lead in projects using radio
standards like Bluetooth, ZigBee, DECT, and in the creation of specialist communications schemes for new applications, or to use new spectrum allocations.

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