5/12/2004 - With the highest link budget in its class the XEMICS TrueRFTM narrowband transceiver, the XE1205 has a superior range with no external LNA or PA. Compared to a similar product, the link budget is 13dBm better.
The XE1205 RF transceiver fully meets the requirements for 25 kHz channel spacing and adjacent channel power of less than -37dBm and is ideal for applications operating in the 433-868-915MHz band such as social alarms, security, automatic metering, services and controls, as well as remote keyless entry.
The XE1205 is the third new XEMICS product based on TrueRFTM technology. Amongst the improvements offered by TrueRFTM are full FCC/ETSI compliancy without a SAW filter, additional register settings offering enhanced operation modes, and unconditional stability even at 15dBm power output.
New features in the XE1205 include a 16-byte FIFO data buffer, and an enhanced AFC algorithm, both of which contribute to reduced host-controller overhead and thereby lower system cost.
The XE1205 is being launched at Wireless Connectivity World, June 8th to 10th at the RAI, in Amsterdam, the Netherlands. XEMICS stand is 313, where sales and marketing staff will be more than happy to answer any questions about the product.
The XE1205 is packaged in an 8x8 VQFN package and is available from below $3 in large quantities.
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