nRF5340 Objective Product Specification

This Product Specification contains functional descriptions, register tables, and electrical specifications, and is organized into chapters based on the modules and peripherals that are available in this IC.

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Features:
  • 1.7 V to 5.5 V supply voltage range
  • Single 32 MHz crystal operation
  • Package: aQFN-94
  • 1.8 V to 3.3 V regulated supply for external components
  • Operating temperature: -40 to +105 °C

Application core:

  • Arm® Cortex®-M33 with TrustZone® technology
    • 128 MHz or 64 MHz operation
    • 510 EEMBC CoreMark score running from flash memory
    • Single-precision floating-point unit (FPU)
    • Digital signal processing (DSP) instructions
    • Data watchpoint and trace (DWT), embedded trace macrocell (ETM), instrumentation trace macrocell (ITM), and cross trigger interface (CTI)
    • Serial wire debug (SWD)
    • Trace port interface unit (TPIU)
      • 4-bit parallel trace of ITM and ETM trace data
      • Serial wire output (SWO) trace of ITM data
  • 1 MB flash and 512 kB low leakage RAM
  • Arm TrustZone CryptoCell™-312 security subsystem
    • NIST 800-90B, AIS-31, and FIPS 140-2 compliant random number generator
    • AES-128 and 256: ECB, CBC, CMAC/CBC-MAC, CTR, CCM/CCM*, GCM
    • SHA-1, SHA-2 up to 256 bits
    • Keyed-hash message authentication code (HMAC)
    • RSA public key cryptography with up to 3072-bit key size
    • ECC support for most used curves
    • Application key management using derived key model
  • Two-way set associative cache towards flash and QSPI XIP code regions
  • QSPI peripheral for communicating with an external flash memory device
  • Near field communication (NFC-A) tag with wake-on field
    • Touch-to-pair support
  • Up to 3x SPI master/slave with EasyDMA
  • Up to 2x I2C compatible two-wire master/slave with EasyDMA
  • Up to 2x UART (CTS/RTS) with EasyDMA
    • Optional, built-in, flow control (CTS, RTS)
  • Audio peripherals: I2S, digital microphone interface (PDM)
  • Up to 3x pulse width modulator (PWM) units with EasyDMA
  • 12-bit, 200 ksps ADC with EasyDMA - eight configurable channels with programmable gain
  • Up to 3x 32-bit timer with counter mode
  • Up to 2x 24-bit real-time counter (RTC)
  • Quadrature decoder (QDEC)
  • Distributed programmable peripheral interconnect (DPPI)
  • Inter-processor communication (IPC)
  • Mutually exclusive peripheral (MUTEX)
  • 48 general purpose I/O pins

Network core:

  • Arm Cortex-M33
    • 64 MHz operation
    • 238 EEMBC CoreMark score running from flash memory
    • Cross trigger interface (CTI)
    • Serial wire debug (SWD)
    • SWO trace port
  • 256 kB flash
  • 64 kB low leakage RAM
  • Bluetooth® 5.1, IEEE 802.15.4-2006, 2.4 GHz transceiver
    • -97.5 dBm sensitivity in 1 Mbps Bluetooth low energy mode
    • -20 to +3 dBm configurable TX power
    • On-air compatible with nRF52, nRF51, nRF24L, and nRF24AP Series
    • Supported data rates:
      • Bluetooth 5.1: 2 Mbps, 1 Mbps, 500 kbps, and 125 kbps
      • IEEE 802.15.4-2006: 250 kbps
      • Proprietary 2.4 GHz: 2 Mbps, 1 Mbps
    • Single-ended antenna output (on-chip balun)
    • 128-bit AES/ECB/CCM/AAR co-processor (on-the-fly packet encryption)
    • 3.2 mA run current in TX (0 dBm)
    • 2.6 mA run current in RX
    • RSSI (1 dB resolution)
  • SPI master/slave with EasyDMA
  • I2C compatible two-wire master/slave with EasyDMA
  • UART (CTS/RTS) with EasyDMA
  • Up to 3x 32-bit timer with counter mode
  • Up to 2x real-time counter (RTC)
  • Temperature sensor
  • Distributed programmable peripheral interconnect (DPPI)
  • Inter-processor communication (IPC)
  • Mutually exclusive peripheral (MUTEX)
Applications:
  • Advanced computer peripherals and I/O devices
    • Multi-touch trackpad
  • Advanced wearables
    • Health/fitness sensor and monitor devices
    • Wireless payment enabled devices
  • Internet of things (IoT)
    • Smart home sensors and controllers
    • Industrial IoT sensors and controllers
  • Interactive entertainment devices
    • Remote controls
    • Gaming controllers

This document was last updated on
2019-12-09.
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