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RF Transceiver 452MHz to 527MHz, ASK GFSK OOK 500Kbps, 16dBm Out/-128 dBm In, 1.8V to 3.6V, QFN-24

S2-LPCBQTR - RF Transceiver 452MHz to 527MHz, ASK GFSK OOK 500Kbps, 16dBm Out/-128 dBm In, 1.8V to 3.6V, QFN-24

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Manufacturer Part No:
S2-LPCBQTR
Order Code:
2980902
Technical Datasheet:
S2-LPCBQTR   Datasheet
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Product Information

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452MHz
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527MHz
:
ASK, 2FSK, 2GFSK, 4FSK, 4GFSK, OOK
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500Kbps
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8.6mA
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QFN
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24Pins
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1.8V
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3.6V
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19mA
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16dBm
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-128dBm
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Sensors to Cloud, Smart Metering, Home Energy Management Systems, Wireless Alarm Systems
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-40°C
:
105°C
:
-
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MSL 1 - Unlimited
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