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LAUNCHXL-CC1352P: Sensor and Collector - TI 15.4-Stack Project Zero - 863 Mhz instead of 868 Mhz

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Part Number: LAUNCHXL-CC1352P

I am following:

When I try to select the european freq for TI 15.4 , I get the choice between 915 and 863 Mhz. I think for Europe this should be 868 Mhz ?

Thanks

Peter

  • Hey Peter,

    The European ISM band is 868 Mhz. This frequency range is approximately ~863-870 Mhz.

    Depending on your application, you'll need to select the appropriate channel to tune to the correct frequency.

    Regards,

    Ammar

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  • In reply to Ammar N:

    Hi Ammar

    How does the channel depends on the frequency ?

    I am not sure to understand what you mean with "appropriate channel to tune to the correct freq"

    Thanks

    Peter

  • In reply to Peter Vittali:

    Each channel is centered around a particular frequency. The OOB examples will select the least noisy channel to operate on from the channels enabled with the SysConfig tool.

    Peter Vittali
    I am not sure to understand what you mean with "appropriate channel to tune to the correct freq"

    I was mainly referring to regulatory compliance in the EU. I'm not too familiar in this area, but take a quick look at the following document for more info: http://www.ti.com/lit/an/swra048/swra048.pdf.

    If you have any follow up questions regarding the document above, please let me know!

    I apologize if I confused you in any way.

    Regards,

    Ammar

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  • In reply to Ammar N:

    Thanks Ammar, you didn't confuse with , it's just that I am new to the radio part and the link you provided is very helpful.

    Kind regards

    Peter

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