Keyfob or panic button

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Keyfob or panic button

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Overview

Our integrated circuits and reference designs help you create wireless remote control key fobs that arm building and residential security systems with the push of a button. These smart key fobs also control lights, garage doors and serve as a panic buttons.

Design requirements:

Key fob or panic button designs often require:

  • Small footprint solutions to enable small solution form factor.
  • Ten-year battery life from a single coin cell battery.
  • Communication with 2.4-GHz and Sub-1-GHz networks.
  • Geofencing solutions for automatic arming/disarming of home security systems.

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Type Title Date
More literature Engineering A Smarter Building 28 Jan 2016
White paper Bringing Wireless Scalability to Intelligent Sensing Applications (Rev. B) 25 Aug 2016
Technical articles How semiconductor technologies are changing automotive lighting roadmaps 24 Oct 2019
White paper Connected microcontrollers essential to automation in buildings (Rev. A) 15 Apr 2021
White paper Diversifying the IoT with Sub-1 GHz technology 11 Nov 2015
Application note DN035 -- Antenna Quick Guide (Rev. B) 09 Feb 2022
Technical articles Untangling electric vehicle chargers – Getting started 07 Jul 2015
Technical articles Don’t power your FPGA like this! 03 Nov 2016
Technical articles How smart amps are bringing high-fidelity audio into the smart home 03 May 2021

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