I'm trying to find out the documentation for the TRF7970ATB but once I'm at the RFID starter kits' page (http://www.ti.com/rfid/shtml/toolsw.shtml#starterkits), the link is forwarding me to the TRF7960A Target Board. And what's worse is that the User's Guide is for the TRF7960TB. Is this normal? Can anybody check this?
I have a proof of concept to do but before purchaising all the demo kits, I would like to ask couple things before getting started:
1- I already have two DK-LM3S9B96 developement kits and now I want them to communicate using a RFID peer to peer connection. What I need are two TRF7970ATB and two DK-LM3S9B96-EM2, am I right?
2- For my project, one of both antennas must be small (around 20mm x 20mm or less if possible) but the other one can be like the one with the EVM or bigger. I don't need a large range of transmission (around 5cm). Can this be possible? Will be both able to send and receive paquets?
3- Finally, I would like to know if there's a wake up interrupt available. Cause one of both systems should be sleeping until a receiver is close enough. Then after waking up, this one would send its memory to the receiver using the P2P communication.
Thanks for your advice.
Even we have the same question,
when does TI plans to release the user guide for TRF7970ATB.
Will it be similar to TRF7960ATB?
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