Linda Kincaid ,
Analog Devices Introduces Low-Power, Easy-to-Use Radio Transceiver For Industrial Applications
Analog Devices, Inc. (NASDAQ: ADI) announced today a low-power radio transceiver featuring a set of configuration profiles that allow radio performance optimization, reducing system development time and shortening time-to-market by months. The ADF7024 transceiver is suitable for a wide range of industrial applications, including security and building automation. The short range transceiver is designed for use in the 433-MHz, 868-MHz, or 915-MHz ISM frequency bands, and is suitable for operation under European ETSI EN300-220 and North American FCC Part 15 regulations. ADI also introduced today ADRadioNet, a wireless protocol stack for low-power networks, and the EVAL-ADF7024MB4Z evaluation and development platform for use with the ADF7024 transceiver.
- Download the ADF7024 transceiver data sheet, order samples and evaluation boards, learn about the EVAL-ADF7024MB4Z evaluation and development platform.
- Learn more about ADRadioNet
- Connect with engineers and ADI product experts on EngineerZone™, an online technical support community
AD7024 Transceiver Key Features
- Smart wake modes and fast mode transitions for low power consumption
- Ultra-low-power sleep modes for longer battery life
- Programmable output power up to +13.5 dBm in 0.5dB steps
- Receiver sensitivity -111 dBm at 9.6 kbps
- Blocking: 76 dB at 10 MHz offset
ADRadioNet Wireless Protocol Stack Key Features
- Self-healing, multi-hop wireless network
- Royalty-free when used with ADI transceivers
- Stateless routing; allows instantaneous recovery power up
- Network robustness through the use of channel diversity
EVAL-ADF7024MB4Z Evaluation and Development Platform Key Features
- Easy to use evaluation GUI
- Selectable radio profiles
- Example microcontroller code
Pricing and Availability
Availability Price Each Per 1,000 Packaging ADF7024 July $1.59 5-mm x 5-mm 32-pin LFCSP EVAL-ADF7024MB4Z
Evaluation and Development Platform
July $200 N/A
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Editor's Contact Information
- Linda Kincaid