Narrowband RF Transceivers from Texas Instruments

Texas Instruments Inc.

The CC112x family of integrated RF transceivers for low-power wireless applications from Texas Instruments Inc., Dallas, TX, feature a range beyond 10 km (137 dB link budget) and >60 dB adjacent-channel rejection for use in the 169, 433, 868, 915, and 950 MHz ISM bands. The device targets ETSI EN 300-220 Category 1 compliance and offers >60 dB channel rejection in 12.5 kHz channels, >84 dB blocking at 2 MHz, a 3 mA receive sniff mode that lets systems listen for RF packets using very low power consumption while maintaining full RF performance, –123 dBm sensitivity (1.2 Kbps), 14 dBm output power, and very low phase noise in transmit mode.

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Company: Texas Instruments Inc.
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