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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 ?
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.
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In reply to Ammar N:
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"
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 VittaliI 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.
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.
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