Norwood, MA (06/24/2014) - 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.
|Product||Availability||Price Each Per 1,000||Packaging|
|ADF7024||July||$1.59||5-mm x 5-mm 32-pin LFCSP|
Evaluation and Development Platform
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