Module Information

Model: RC-TASK2-868

Description: 

ASK/OOK transmitter module with Crystal oscillator.

 

Vdc: 2.2 ÷ 3.6Volt

Current:  21/15mA

Frequency: 868.30MHz​

Power : 10dBm

Dimension: 20.32 x 11.43mm 

Model: RC-TFSK3-434

Description:

433.92MHz FSK Radio Transmitter Module - Standard Pinout .

 

 

Vdc: 2.4 ÷ 3.6Volt

Current: 14.5m

Frequency: 433.92MHz

Powe : 10dBm

Dimension: 20.32 x 11.43mm

 

Model: RC-TFSK4-434

Description :

433.92MHz FSK Transmitter Module - Standard Pinout.

 

 

Vdc: 2.4 ÷ 3.6Volt

Current: 14.5mA

Frequency: 433.92MHz

Power :  10dBm

Dimension: 30.5 x 10.3mm

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The Evolution of Sub-1 GHz Transceivers: From Chipcon's CC1101 to Modern Solutions

 

 

Introduction: Sub-1 GHz transceivers have played a fundamental role in the development of long-range wireless communications. One of the first and most significant transceivers in this category was the CC1101, developed by Chipcon. 

 

Chipcon's Early Steps: 

Founded in 1999, Chipcon was a Norwegian company specializing in low-power RF devices. Their research and development efforts led to the creation of the CC1101, a wireless transceiver that revolutionized the industry.

 

Chipcon's CC1101

The CC1101 was one of the first highly integrated sub-1 GHz transceivers developed by Chipcon. It featured a wide range of advanced features, including modulation modes such as GFSK, MSK, and 2-FSK. Operating in the ISM bands at 315 MHz, 433 MHz, 868 MHz, and 915 MHz, the CC1101 offered a combination of reliable performance, low power consumption, and interference resistance.

 

Applications of the CC1101

The CC1101 found applications in a variety of long-range wireless applications. It was widely used in remote controls, alarm systems, wireless sensor networks, and much more. Its ability to communicate over long distances and low power consumption made it particularly suitable for battery-powered or energy-limited applications.

 

The Legacy of the CC1101

Chipcon's acquisition by Texas Instruments in 2006 led to the integration of the CC1101 into Texas Instruments' product range. The company continued to develop and improve the CC1101, introducing variants and chip combinations that offered advanced features and improved performance. This legacy made the CC1101 one of the most widely used and appreciated sub-1 GHz transceivers in the industry.

 

Modern Solutions: 

Today, the sub-1 GHz transceiver market offers a wide range of advanced solutions from various leading manufacturers. Here are some examples of modern solutions offered by Texas Instruments, STMicroelectronics, and Semtech:

 

Texas Instruments CC1310 Transceiver: 

The CC1310 is a highly integrated sub-1 GHz transceiver that offers advanced performance and low power consumption. It supports a wide range of frequencies and modulation modes and is suitable for IoT applications, long-range sensor networks, and low-power control systems.

 

STMicroelectronics S2-LP Transceiver: 

The S2-LP is a highly efficient sub-1 GHz transceiver that supports a wide range of frequencies and offers a combination of adjustable transmission power and high sensitivity. It is suitable for IoT applications, sensor networks, and environmental monitoring.

 

Semtech SX127x Transceiver: 

The SX127x series from Semtech comprises sub-1 GHz transceivers that support modulation modes such as LoRa and FSK. These transceivers offer long-range capability, high sensitivity, and are widely used in LPWAN networks and remote monitoring applications.

These are just a few examples of the modern solutions offered by Texas Instruments, STMicroelectronics, Semtech, and other manufacturers. Each manufacturer offers a wide range of sub-1 GHz transceivers with advanced features to meet various application requirements.

 

Conclusion: 

The CC1101 from Chipcon played a fundamental role in the development of sub-1 GHz transceivers, paving the way for a new era of long-range wireless communications. Through the acquisition of Chipcon by Texas Instruments, the CC1101 was continuously developed and improved. Today, Texas Instruments, STMicroelectronics, Semtech, and other manufacturers offer a wide range of modern sub-1 GHz transceiver solutions, enabling reliable, efficient, and long-distance wireless communications in various industries and applications.

 

 

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