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CC1352R: 154Mhz solution?

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Part Number: CC1352R

I am a user of Simplelink and the TI dual band MCUs.  I need to develop a 154Mhz solution. I would prefer to continue to use TI parts/software. Is there an approach to this? I am having trouble finding any info. Thanks.

  • Guru 106335 points

    Hi Bill,

    We do not have any wireless MCUs capable of operating in that frequency band unfortunately.

    Regards,
    Fredrik

  • In reply to Fredrik K:

    I am not thinking it's an MCU. I am aware of the TI MCUs but I still would like to use Bluetooth and the excellent dev tools. I am looking for a solution. Perhaps a transceiver or some other approach?

  • Guru 248415 points

    In reply to Bill Cullen:

    CC1120 and CC1200 covers 154 Mhz. 

     OOO until November 25th

  • Guru 106335 points

    In reply to TER:

    Hi Bill,

    I assumed you asked specifically for an MCU due to the title. 

    As TER writes, we do have transceivers that can operate at 154 MHz. If you want to combine this with Bluetooth I would recommend using CC2642R as your main MCU and BLE radio. 

    Regards,
    Fredrik

  • In reply to Fredrik K:

    Thanks for the info. I will go this route. The transceiver on a booster pack is a nice place to start. The data sheet for the cc1200 says "Possible Support for Additional Frequency Bands:137 to 158.3MHz.". Does anyone know what "possible" support means?

  • Guru 248415 points

    In reply to Bill Cullen:

    The note means that we have checked the dividers on the chip and the VCO and verified that this band is possible to use. But we have not made any reference design that supports the band meaning that we haven't measured RF performance on this band. 

     OOO until November 25th