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CC1101: EN 50131-5-3 standard

Intellectual 1630 points

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Part Number: CC1101

Hello, 

A new verion of NEN-EN 50131-5-3 defines new type of interfering signal within a band of operation.

We have a CC1101 transceiver  in our design, and in testing this standard,  we experience loses some portion of information and alarm messages are not properly received. (I can share more details on our testing ) 

We tried many different demodulate settings and unfortunately we failed to achieve satisfactory results.

Are you now familiar with this standard?

Can you help us to find suitable settings of the radio which allow us to pass the compliance tests? 

I can send over more details directly, if given a contact. 

Kind Regards

Linda

  • Genius 12730 points

    Hi,

    A team member will look into this and get back to you as soon as possible.

    Thanks

  • In reply to FI:

    hello.

    Can you confirm a timeline for a response please?

    Thanks

  • In reply to Linda Igboanugo:

    Hi,

    Could you please describe more details about your issue? In which test it is failing?

    How did you test it?

    Did you use settings from SmartRF Studio?

    I am not familiar with the standard but I will look into it.

    You can also send me your design ( Schematic in PDF and PCB Layout in Gerber format) for my review.

    It seems you are a TIer then you can send me an email, we can discuss your issue.

    Thanks,

    PM

  • In reply to PM:

    please send me your contact email?

  • In reply to Linda Igboanugo:

    Hi,

    I sent you an email.

    Thanks,

    PM

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