SWRS183A June 2016 – November 2016 CC1350
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Few external components are required for the operation of the CC1350 device. Figure 7-1 shows a typical application circuit.
The board layout greatly influences the RF performance of the CC1350 device.
On the Texas Instruments CC1350_7XD-Dual Band reference design, the optimal differential impedance seen from the RF pins into the balun and filter and antenna is 44 + j15.
The CC1350 LaunchPad combines a Bluetooth® Smart® with a Sub-1 GHz radio for the ultimate combination of easy mobile phone integration with long range connectivity including a 32-bit ARM® Cortex®-M3 processor on a single chip.
The CC1350 device is a wireless MCU targeting low power, long range wireless applications. The CC1350 device contains a 32-bit ARM® Cortex®-M3 processor that runs at 48 MHz as the main processor and a rich peripheral feature set that includes a unique ultra-low power sensor controller. This sensor controller is ideal for interfacing external sensors and for collecting analog and digital data autonomously while the rest of the system is in sleep mode.