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Protocols Proprietary Frequency bands (MHz) 850-950 TX power (Max) (dBm) 27.7 Sensitivity (best) (dBm) 6 RX current (lowest) (mA) 0.026 Rating Catalog Operating temperature range (C) -40 to 85
Protocols Proprietary Frequency bands (MHz) 850-950 TX power (Max) (dBm) 27.7 Sensitivity (best) (dBm) 6 RX current (lowest) (mA) 0.026 Rating Catalog Operating temperature range (C) -40 to 85
VQFN (RGV) 16 16 mm² 4 x 4
  • Seamless Interface to Sub-1 GHz Low Power RF Devices from Texas Instruments
  • Up to 27 dBm (0.5 W) Output Power
  • 6 dB Typical Sensitivity Improvement with CC11xx and CC430
  • Few External Components
    • Integrated PA
    • Integrated LNA
    • Integrated Switches
    • Integrated Matching Network
    • Integrated Inductors
  • Digital Control of LNA and PA Gain by HGM Pin
  • 50-nA in Power Down (LNA_EN = PA_EN = 0)
  • High Transmit Power Efficiency
    • PAE = 50% at 26 dBm Output Power
  • Low Receive Current Consumption
    • 3 mA for High Gain Mode
    • 26 µA for Low Gain Mode
  • 2.9 dB LNA Noise Figure, Including Switch and External Antenna Match
  • RoHS Compliant 4-mm × 4-mm QFN-16 Package
  • 2 V to 3.7 V Operation
  • APPLICATIONS
    • 850 - 950 MHz ISM Bands Wireless Systems
    • Wireless Sensor Networks
    • Wireless Industrial Systems
    • IEEE 802.15.4 Systems
    • Wireless Consumer Systems
    • Wireless Metering (AMR/AMI) Systems
    • Smart Grid Wireless Networks
  • Seamless Interface to Sub-1 GHz Low Power RF Devices from Texas Instruments
  • Up to 27 dBm (0.5 W) Output Power
  • 6 dB Typical Sensitivity Improvement with CC11xx and CC430
  • Few External Components
    • Integrated PA
    • Integrated LNA
    • Integrated Switches
    • Integrated Matching Network
    • Integrated Inductors
  • Digital Control of LNA and PA Gain by HGM Pin
  • 50-nA in Power Down (LNA_EN = PA_EN = 0)
  • High Transmit Power Efficiency
    • PAE = 50% at 26 dBm Output Power
  • Low Receive Current Consumption
    • 3 mA for High Gain Mode
    • 26 µA for Low Gain Mode
  • 2.9 dB LNA Noise Figure, Including Switch and External Antenna Match
  • RoHS Compliant 4-mm × 4-mm QFN-16 Package
  • 2 V to 3.7 V Operation
  • APPLICATIONS
    • 850 - 950 MHz ISM Bands Wireless Systems
    • Wireless Sensor Networks
    • Wireless Industrial Systems
    • IEEE 802.15.4 Systems
    • Wireless Consumer Systems
    • Wireless Metering (AMR/AMI) Systems
    • Smart Grid Wireless Networks

CC1190 is a cost-effective and high-performance RF Front End for low-power and low-voltage wireless applications at 850 - 950 MHz.

CC1190 is a range extender for the sub-1 GHz low-power RF transceivers, transmitters, and System-on-Chip devices from Texas Instruments.

CC1190 integrates a power amplifier (PA), a low-noise amplifier (LNA), switches, and RF matching for the design of a high-performance wireless systems.

CC1190 increases the link budget by providing a power amplifier for increased output power, and an LNA with low noise figure for improved receiver sensitivity.

CC1190 provides an efficient and easy-to-use range extender in a compact 4-mm × 4-mm QFN-16 package.

CC1190 is a cost-effective and high-performance RF Front End for low-power and low-voltage wireless applications at 850 - 950 MHz.

CC1190 is a range extender for the sub-1 GHz low-power RF transceivers, transmitters, and System-on-Chip devices from Texas Instruments.

CC1190 integrates a power amplifier (PA), a low-noise amplifier (LNA), switches, and RF matching for the design of a high-performance wireless systems.

CC1190 increases the link budget by providing a power amplifier for increased output power, and an LNA with low noise figure for improved receiver sensitivity.

CC1190 provides an efficient and easy-to-use range extender in a compact 4-mm × 4-mm QFN-16 package.

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* Data sheet 850–950-MHz RF Front End datasheet (Rev. A) 05 Feb 2010
* Errata CC1190 Q & A Sheet 15 Feb 2010
Technical article An out-of-the-box Internet of Things: building a seamless and secure smart home network 12 Jun 2018
Technical article Thread vs. Zigbee – what’s the difference? 16 May 2018
User guide LaunchPad QuickStart Guide (QSG) CC1310-CC1190 (Rev. A) 09 Apr 2018
Technical article Your microcontroller deserves a nap – designing “sleepy” wireless applications 28 Mar 2018
Application note Debugging Communication Range 27 Mar 2018
Technical article SimpleLink™ MCU SDKs: Breaking down TI Drivers 12 Apr 2017
Application note Using CC1190 Front End With CC13xx Under EN300220 09 Mar 2017
Application note Using CC1190 Front End With CC13xx Under FCC 15.247 09 Mar 2017
White paper Smart Fault Indicator with MSP430 FRAM Microcontrollers 26 Sep 2016
White paper Frequency hopping for long-range IoT networks 18 Jul 2016
User guide CC112x TI-SIGFOX SDK Demo Getting Started User’s Guide 27 May 2016
Application note CC112x-CC1190 Boost Software Examples 19 Oct 2015
Application note CC1120-CC1190 BoosterPack 05 Oct 2015
Application note CC1190 Evaluation Module for 868 MHz 18 Feb 2015
White paper 6LoWPAN Demystified - 6LoWPAN Demystifed – A Low Power IP Mesh Network 28 Oct 2014
Application note AN112 -- Using CC1190 Front End With CC112x/CC120x Under EN 300 220 (Rev. C) 21 Jun 2013
Application note AN110 – Using CC1190 Front End with CC112x/CC120x under FCC 15.247 (Rev. B) 13 Jun 2013
Application note DN035 -- Antenna Quick Guide (Rev. A) 12 Feb 2013
Application note DN036 -- CC1101+CC1190 600 kbps Data Rate, +19 dBm Transmit (Rev. A) 07 Nov 2011
Application note AN096 Using CC1190 Front End with CC1101 under FCC 15.247 (Rev. A) 02 May 2011
Application note AN094 -- Using the CC1190 Front End with CC1101 under EN 300 220 11 Jan 2011
Application note AN058 -- Antenna Selection Guide (Rev. B) 06 Oct 2010
Application note DN031 -- CC-Antenna-DK Documentation and Antenna Measurements Summary 26 Aug 2010

Design & development

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Evaluation board

BOOSTXL-CC1120-90 — BoosterPack for Applications from 902MHz to 928MHz

The CC1120-CC1190 BoosterPack™ module is designed to use with the MSP-EXP430F5529 and MSP-EXP430G2553 LauchPad™ development kits and to work as a stand-alone module by using SmartRF Studio application software.  The module is equipped with an integrated PCB trace antenna which (...)

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Evaluation board

RDCR-3P-RADIO-MOD — Radiocrafts embedded radio modules

Radiocrafts’ standard RF modules provide compact, easy-to-use, low cost, low power and high-performance RF solutions for a large number of wireless applications using license-free ISM bands (169 MHz – 2.4 GHz). Using modules, OEM manufacturers without RF design knowledge can easily add (...)
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Development kit

CC-ANTENNA-DK2 — Sub-1 GHz and 2.4 GHz Antenna Kit for LaunchPad™ and SensorTag

This new antenna kit allows you to do real-life testing to find the optimal antenna for your application! The antenna kit includes 16 antennas for frequencies from 169MHz to 2.4GHz including PCB antennas, Helical antennas and Chip antennas as well as dual band band antennas for 868/915MHz combined (...)

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Development kit

LAUNCHXL-CC13-90 — SimpleLink™ Sub-1 GHz CC1310-1190 Wireless Microcontroller (MCU) LaunchPad™ Development Kit

The SimpleLink™ Sub-1 GHz CC1310-1190 wireless microcontroller (MCU) LaunchPad™ development kit features CC1310 Sub-1 GHz wireless MCU combined with the CC1190 high-performance RF Front End, offering long-range low power connectivity with up to +27dBm output power.

The CC1310 device is a wireless (...)

Calculation tool

3P-WIRELESS-MODULES — Third party wireless module search tool

The third party wireless module search tool helps developers to identify products that meet their end equipment specifications and procure production ready wireless modules. The third party module vendors included in the search tool are independent third party companies with expertise in designing (...)
Calculation tool

RF-RANGE-ESTIMATOR — TI RF Range Estimator

This tool is used to calculate a range estimate for indoor and outdoor RF links using TI wireless devices. The outdoor calculation is based upon Line-of-Sight (LOS). For the indoor estimation, construction materials can be selected that are between the Tx and Rx unit. The greater the attenuation (...)
Design tool

SIMPLELINK-SUB1GHZ-DESIGN-REVIEWS — Hardware design reviews for SimpleLink™ CC1xxx devices

To get started with the SimpleLink™ Sub-1GHz hardware design review process:
  • Step 1: Before requesting a review, it is important that to review the technical documentation and design & development resources available on the corresponding product page (see CC1xxx product page links below).
  • Step 2: (...)
PCB layout

LAUNCHXL CC1310/CC1190 (Rev. A)

SWRC338A.ZIP (6337 KB)
Reference designs

CC1120-CC1190EM868RD — CC1120-CC1190EM 868MHz Reference Design

This RF Layout Reference Design demonstrates good decoupling and layout techniques for a low power RF device operating in the 868 MHz frequency band. The design should be used in applications targeting compliance with EN 300 220 in the in the European 869.4-869.65 MHz frequency sub-band (g3). The (...)
Reference designs

CC1120-CC1190EM915RD — CC1120-CC1190EM 915MHz Reference Design

This RF Layout Reference Design demonstrates good decoupling and layout techniques for a low power RF device operating in the 915 MHz frequency band. The design should be used in applications targeting compliance with FCC Section 15.247 in the in the 902-928 MHz  frequency band. The maximum (...)
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