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Hi, I am looking for some design guide or reference design for adding the CC2590 booster to the RF outputs of the CC2640. I need to boost the +5dBm output from the CC2640 up to +14dBm that the CC2590 provides. There are reference designs for CC25xx and CC24xx devices but nothing for the CC2640.
I am also interested to know if I should supply CC2590 Vdd with the DCDC Vdds output from the CC2640 or from the independent 3.3V power supply. Any help would be appreciated.
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In reply to R.M:
Thanks R.M, this is helpful. Can you let me know how the L3 between RF_P and RF_N should have its value determined?
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