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I have both CC1101 and CC1070, and I want a very low power, short range (less than 10 m) transceiver system.
1) If I use CC1101, where can I find reference design and layout for 403MHz (I can find only for 433 and 868)?
2) If I use CC1070, which IC can I use as receiver IC that is compatible with it for 402 MHz (also I want refe5rence design for it for 402MHz) ?
If I start with CC1101 for 433MHz, how can I optimize it for 403MHz (any help appreciated) .
In reply to Bui Anh Kieu98922:
Are you using the development kit/board or directly using the IC?
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In reply to Mihir Gupta1:
You could use Smart RF Studio like the following:
- For testing where you connect your evaluation board with a EM attached to a PC with a USB cable and control the EM with Smart RF Studio
- You use Smart RF Studio in offline mode (no EB/EM connected) to find the correct settings for your use case. The you can export the register settings to use in your code.
I'm not using Development Board, I use PIC microcontroller interface with CC1101.
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