Part Number: CC1125 Hi
Section 4.3 of document AN122 reads as follows:
(using the FB2PLL feature greatly reduces the required crystal accuracy compared to many competing solutions.)
However, in section 5 of the document Feedback to the PLL, we can see…
Part Number: CC1125 Other Parts Discussed in Thread: CC-DEBUGGER
we do RF test for CC1125 , chip out of the maximum power is only about 7dBm (we set 15dBm),
now we doubt register configuration problem, need help to analyze
Part Number: CC1125 Hi Sir,
There is a peak current in chapter 4.9.2Low-Power Mode of datasheet.
customer wanna know is there the average current parameter in this model,
or what do you think of the peak current time?
Part Number: CC1125 Other Parts Discussed in Thread: CC1120 Hi
Since we need to parse the PWM code, the CC1125 must be in "pass-through mode".
However, CC1125's pass-through mode will introduce the following problems:
1. The chip of the…
Part Number: BOOSTXL-CC1125 Other Parts Discussed in Thread: CC1125 Hi Team,
CC1125 reference design (BOOSTXL-CC1125) uses oscillator, can it be replaced with ordinary fixed value crystal?
If ordinary crystal is used,is the DCPL_XOSC pin suspended(NC…
Part Number: CC1125 Other Parts Discussed in Thread: CC1190 , , CC1120 , CC1200 Hello!
We have developed a custom board with CC1125+CC1190, following your tips and your examples (many thanks TI), which works perfectly in the range of 915MHz (it is certified…
Alright, I resolved this one. It was a hardware design error the whole time. The symptoms should have made that obvious, in hindsight.
The CC1125 has a pin "DCPL_XOSC" (pin 29) for "external decoupling of XOSC supply regulator." The…
Part Number: CC1125 Other Parts Discussed in Thread: CC1200 I'm working with customer that has a legacy GMSK application and part shortages are causing them to explore a new redesign with the CC1125. They currently use the CC1200 in another product line…