Ultra Low Power sub 1GHz Multichannels Radio Transceiver
Sub-1Ghz technology is becoming one of the chief driving forces behind the Internet of Things (Iot) the main benefits of this technology are:
The low power consumption has always been the predominant feature of the sub 1GHz applications, with new technologies we consumption in sleep mode of less than 1 uA. The consumption of this device is 5.5mA when receiving and 23.5mA when transmitting at +14dBm (13.4mA at +10dBm) in sleep mode the consumption is 0.6µA (microamps).
The Long Range has become a reality because with new technology you can reach distances of several kilometers in addition, by occupyng the ISM bands in the wireless spectrum belo 1 GHz, this communication avoids the much more crowded band at 2.4 GHZ, where Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, ZigBee and other wireless protocols operate.
The sensitivity parameter is -110dBm at data rates of 50 kbps and down to -124dBm when the data rate is 0.625kbps.Interference from other wireless communications can be overcome with 90dB of blocking. The RF output power levels can reach up to +14dBm. All this ensure a robust signaling for long range communications.
Ready for use Small Size for SMD mounting (Dimensions 15x 22mm) - Metal shield
This module is CE CERTIFIED (Radio Equipment Directive 2014/53/EU)
|Supply Current RX mode||5.5||mA|
|Supply Current TX mode -----> +10dBm||13.4||mA|
|Supply Current TX mode -----> +14dBm||23.5||mA|
|Supply Current Standby Mode||0,7||µA|
|Supply Current Shut Down Mode||185||nA|
|RF Power Output 50ohm (programmable parameter)||-10||+14||dBm|
|RF Sensitivity 50kbps||-110||dBm|
|RF Sensitivity long range mode 625bps||-124||dBm|
|Data Rate (programmable parameter)||0,01||4||Mbit/s|
|Operating Temperature range||-30||+75||°C|
To make immediate usable the RC-CC1310-868 module with Texas Instruments development systems has been realized the following adapter :
In this way is possible to coonect directly this adapter board (with the RC-CC1310-XXX module) to the Texas Instruments development kit (see the following picture) :