TI’s SimpleLink Sub-1 GHz wireless MCUs

High performance, long range wireless and ultra-low power consumption

CC1350 Chip

SimpleLink ultra-low power wireless MCU platform

Most distance with less power - spans 20 km on a coin cell with the SimpleLink platform Sub-1 GHz wireless MCUs.

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NEW TI 15.4-Stack

Sub-1 GHz connectivity made easy

  • Designed for long range & robust star networks
  • Reduced time to market with ready to go software
  • All on ultra-low power Simplelink CC1310 wireless MCU
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Product offering

Ultra-low power wireless MCUs
Performance line
Value line
  • Lowest power with up to 20-year battery life for metering applications and sensor nodes
  • The most integrated solution with ARM® Cortex®-M3 MCU and RF in a 4x4 mm WFN single chip
  • Part of the SimpleLink MCU portfolio
  • Longest range and most robust
  • Supports the most stringent RF standards
  • Number one choice for industrial Sub-1 GHz RF applications
  • Optimized Sub-1 GHz platform based on industry’s most popular RF transceiver: CC1101
  • Number one choice for consumer Sub-1 GHz RF applications
  • CC1350 - Sub-1 GHz and Bluetooth® low energy wireless MCU
  • CC1310 - Ultra-low power ARM® Cortex®-M3-based
Longest real-world RF range
Most complete design support
Largest selection of supported RF standards

114 km proven range solution with great sensitivity and co-existence, and best indoor range due to lower RF attenuation through building walls

TI has 15 years of experience in the Sub-1 GHz RF market

TI 315, 433, 500, 868, 915, and 920 MHz RF ICs support protocols like 6LoWPAN, Wi-SUN (CC1200 is Wi-SUN certified), wM-Bus, and 802.15.4g. These ICs support regulatory requirements such as ETSI Cat 1, FCC Part 90, ETSI EN 300 22+, FCC 15.247 and more


Development tools

Application notes

White papers

Guides and support

The pre-installed network for the IoT utilizing TI’s single narrowband transceiver solutions

Sub-1 GHz videos