Part Number: CC1201 Other Parts Discussed in Thread: CC1125
I'd like to use the CC1201 transceiver over 137-158 MHz frequency band. The datasheet indicates that this band is supported but provides no information about the optimum source…
Part Number: CC1201 Using the CC1201 without the PA, and driven from a 50 antenna what is the input
impedance of the LNA ports pins at 950 MHz? This info is in the CC13XX Hardware & PCB
ap note. Can someone confirm the LNAs are identical for these…
Thank you for the recommendations. We were really hoping to ust the CC1201 (at 450-515MHz) as we have been using the CC1120 at 217-220MHz for the last 4 years. Both of these are transceivers with no MCU.
The application is for a simple FSK…
Part Number: CC1200EMK-868-930 Other Parts Discussed in Thread: CC1200 , MSP430F5438 Dear all,
is there any user friendly documentation or tutorial how to start programming CC1200EMK-868-930 via SPI interface?
This kit seems to be useless without additional…
Part Number: CC1200EMK-868-930 Dear all,
on the page https://www.ti.com/product/CC1200#software-development there are some programms' examples written in C.
But how to compile them?
There is no Makefile. No README. Is there any IDE from TI?
Part Number: CC1200EMK-868-930 Other Parts Discussed in Thread: CC1200 Dear all,
I am looking for some SDK that helps me to start with CC1200 Evaluation Module Kit 868-930 MHz.
I would like to connect this module over SPI to linux system.
So far I couldn…
Part Number: CC1201 Hello everybody, In my application, a battery-operated transponder (slave) should communicate with a wired remote station (master) via radio. The CC1201 is used as the RF chip on both sides. In order to be able to work in an energy-saving…
Part Number: CC1201 Hi.
I have some question about the CC1201.
1. Temperature compensation of Tx.
- Can I get some guide documents or reference for temperature compensation of RF (TX)
2. Configuration of GMSK.
- Does CC1201 support the GMSK? If…