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RF:DN001 - Antenna Measurement with Network AnalyzerDN002 - Practical Sensitivity TestingDN003 - Implementation of Microstrip Balun for CC2420, CC243x, and CC2480DN004 - Folded Dipole Antenna for CC25xxDN005 - CC11xx Sensitivity versus Frequency Offset and Crystal AccuracyDN006 - CC11XX Settings for FCC 15.247 SolutionsDN007 - 2.4 GHz Inverted F AntennaDN008 - 868 MHz and 915 MHz PCB AntennaDN009 - Upgrade from CC1100 to CC1101DN010 - Close-in Reception with CC1101DN011 - RF Module Testing using SmartRF® StudioDN012 - Programming Output Power on CC1100 and CC1150DN013 - Programming Output Power on CC1101DN014 - Programming Output Power on CC2500 and CC2550DN015 - Permanent Frequency Offset CompensationDN016 - Compact 868/915 MHz Antenna DesignDN017 - CC11xx 868/915 MHz RF MatchingDN018 - Range Measurements in an Open Field Environment DN019 - Powering Low-Power RF ProductsDN020 - Programming Output Power on CC243xDN021 - CC2500 and CC2510/CC2511 Sensitivity versus Frequency Offset and Crystal AccuracyDN022 - CC11xx OOK/ASK Register SettingsDN023 - 868 MHz and 915 MHz PCB Inverted F AntennaDN024 - 868 MHz and 915 MHz Meandering Monopole PCB AntennaDN025 - Johanson Technology Matched Balun Filter optimized for CC1101 868/915 MHzDN026 - CC2430 with ¼ wave Pinyon Antenna Reference DesignDN027 - CC2430 with half wave Pinyon Antenna Reference DesignDN028 - CC2510 with ¼ wave Pinyon Antenna Reference DesignDN029 - CC2510 with half wave Pinyon Antenna Reference DesignDN030 - ACR Measurements on IEEE 802.15.4 SystemsDN031 - CC-Antenna-DK Documentation and Antenna Measurement SummaryDN032 - Options for Cost Optimized CC11xx MatchingDN033 - Mitsubishi Ceramic Antenna for 868 MHz, 915 MHz & 955 MHzDN034 - YAGI 2.4 GHz PCB AntennaDN035 - Antenna Selection Quick Guide
SoC:DN100 - Executing Program Code from RAM (Obsolete)DN101 - Using the ADC to Measure Supply VoltageDN102 - SoC Temperature SensorDN103 - Optimizing Current Consumption in TX and RX (Obsolete)DN104 - Memory and Register Content After Reset (Obsolete)DN105 - Upgrade from CC2510/11 Preview to Release partDN106 - Power Modes in CC111xFx, CC243x, and CC251xFxDN107 - DMA and Radio ConfigurationDN108 - Using AES Encryption in CC11xFx, CC243x, and CC251xFx (Obsolete)DN109 - Using I2S in CC111xFx and CC251xFxDN110 - State Transition Times on CC111xFx and CC251xFxDN111 - Current Consumption for a Polling ReceiverDN112 - Using UART in CC111xFx CC243x and CC251xFxDN113 - CC111xFx CC243xFx CC251xFx SPI InterfaceDN114 - Test Signals for Debug PurposeDN115 - Using PWM for dimmer function in LED lightingDN116 - Clearing Module Interrupt Flags in LPW SoC DevicesDN117 - SimpliciTI-compatible UART DriverDN118 - Porting SimpliciTI to the SmartRF CCxx10 Target BoardDN119 - Asynchronous Serial Mode for CC111xFx and CC251xFx
MAC and ZigBee:DN200 - Using Constants in Code with Z-StackDN201 - Using the Direct Join Request Feature in Z-StackDN202 - Choosing Optimal ZigBee Stack TX Power
Tools:DN300 - SmartRF04®EB TroubleshootingDN301 - Code Export from SmartRF® StudioDN302 - Register View in SmartRF® StudioDN303 - Cleanup of Installed PC toolsDN304 - Cebal - CCxxxx Development Tools USB Driver Installation Guide System:DN400 - Interfacing CC110x and CC2500 to the MSP430DN401 - Interfacing CC1020/1 to the MSP430DN402 - Simple Audio Loopback Using CC251x
Cc11xx/CC25xx Digital FeaturesDN500 - Packet Transmission BasicsDN501 - PATABLE AccessDN502 - CRC ImplementationDN503 - SPI AccessDN504 - FEC ImplementationDN505 - RSSI Interpretation and TimingDN506 - GDO Pin UsageDN507 - FEC DecodingDN508 - Frequency Scanning using CC430Fx, CC110x, and CC111xFxDN509 - Data Whitening and Random TX Mode
Antenna Kit - CITA Antenna Measurement Reports:DN600 - CC-Antenna-DK Board 3DN601 - CC-Antenna-DK Board 4DN602 - CC-Antenna-DK Board 5DN603 - CC-Antenna-DK Board 6DN604 - CC-Antenna-DK Board 7DN605 - CC-Antenna-DK Board 8DN606 - CC-Antenna-DK Board 10DN607 - CC-Antenna-DK Board 11DN608 - CC-Antenna-DK Board 12DN609 - CC-Antenna-DK Board 13DN610 - CC-Antenna-DK Board 14DN611 - CC-Antenna-DK Board 15DN612 - CC-Antenna-DK Board 16DN613 - Nearson Kit Whip AntennaDN614 - 2.4GHz Kit Whip AntennaDN615 - CC-Antenna-DK Board 7 (Stand Alone)DN616 - CC-Antenna-DK Board 6 (Stand Alone)
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