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kathyink
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re: TI claims highest performance narrowband RF transceiver
kathyink   3/20/2012 3:40:20 AM
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Most alarm and security systems need that kind of frequency in order to work properly, and I think the TI will provide just that. It will be interesting to see whether this new product will do well for the years to come. Kathy - http://www.cartridgeshop.co.uk

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TI Low Power RF   3/4/2011 10:32:45 AM
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Hi, I am Erling Simensen from TI’s low-power RF group. Development kits for the CC112x family (as shown at Embedded World 2011, Nuremberg) will be available on ti.com by the end of June. Pricing for CC1120 will be $2.85 in 1k quantity. A similar device with reduced RF performance and cost is the CC1101 available here: http://focus.ti.com/docs/prod/folders/print/cc1101.html.

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Compotek_LB   3/4/2011 10:09:36 AM
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Sounds interesting, but AXSEM already has a new narrow band device with RX -126dBm at 1.2kbps, TX up to +17dBm with two antenna interfaces (SE and BAL)... AXSEM-Datasheet is available. ;-)

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old account Frank Eory   3/2/2011 8:03:57 PM
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A data sheet for a part that isn't even sampling yet?

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robtmblood   3/2/2011 7:50:36 PM
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Where's the data sheet? No data sheet = vaporware

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Andycraft   3/2/2011 2:15:40 PM
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Could you please send me information on this new product? banderson@coilcraft.com



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