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- 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
- 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
Texas Instruments CC1190RGVR
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.