Combo MCU, RF Transceiver from TI

Combo MCU, RF Transceiver from TI
Texas Instruments (TI) Inc.

The CC430 platform from Texas Instruments (TI) Inc., Dallas, TX, blends the company's MSP430F5xx MCU with a low-power RF transceiver that draws a low enough current to enable battery-operated wireless networking applications that can operate, without servicing, for ten years or longer. The CC430 devices are monolithic and have high integration to allow for a 50% reduction in package and PCB space compared to 2-chip solutions. The MSP430 MCU peripheral set, available for CC430-based devices, includes a 16-bit ADC, low power comparators, an AES accelerator, and an onchip LCD controller. A development kit is available.

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Company: Texas Instruments (TI) Inc.
Country: United States (USA)

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