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How to Simplify the Design of an RF Remote Control Using a Transmitter SoC

Authored on: Aug 1, 2010

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System-on-chip (SoC) transmitter solutions greatly simplify the process of designing a remote control and reduce system BOM costs by eliminating the need for numerous discrete components. This in-depth white paper addresses the 3 most common challenges that designers have when designing RF remote controls: maximizing transmission range, ensuring long battery life and maintaining low system costs.
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jonhardy279 Posted Oct 13, 2010

Agreed ...

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Luis Sanchez Posted Sep 10, 2011

This solution barely beats Bluetooth Low Energy. Silicon Labs states a minimum current of 10 nA. While a similar BLE IC would consume about 400 nA. It´s a big difference but I bet the functionality of Bluetooth far surpasses of a simple OOK manchester encoded transmitter. What do you think?

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hm Posted Sep 11, 2011

Looks very promising device. How about the receiver part? What is companion receiver part for this IC? I wish SilLab includes both Tx/Rx in same chip.

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