RF smart remote control

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RF smart remote control

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Integrated circuits and reference designs help you create a radio frequency (RF) smart remote control design that enables non-line-of-sight operation and advanced features made possible by bidirectional RF communication such as voice command.

Design requirements

Modern RF smart remote control designs often require:

  • Very small power and battery management with ultra-low standby for longer battery life.
  • Ultra-low power, highly integrated multi-protocol connected MCU+ RF solutions for 2.4-GHz and 5-GHz Bluetooth®, RF4CE and WiFi® (for high-end remotes), ZigBee or Thread wireless interfaces.
  • Easy-to-use, interactive HMI with capacitive touch and vivid LED display.
  • Accurate near-field voice recognition for simpler voice control of remote systems.

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