Bluetooth® technology has significantly impacted device connectivity, beginning with wireless speakers and headsets, evolving into wearables, and now introducing more complex smart home implementations. One particularly promising use case, intelligent lighting systems, lends itself well to Bluetooth® Low Energy communications and its extension: Bluetooth mesh. It offers enhanced connectivity throughout an entire home. It can be used to interconnect lights, switches, and other sentrollers within a resilient mesh network while providing connectivity to the user through the smartphone's well-known and integrated Bluetooth technology. Among the broad range of different low-energy networking standards used in the smart home sector, Qorvo supports Bluetooth mesh, as well as other wireless technologies, including Zigbee, Thread, and Matter. A development kit (DK) for the Qorvo QPG6100 communications controller helps accelerate the design and development of lighting control systems based on Bluetooth mesh, as described in this post.