ADF7902

ISM Band FSK Receiver IC
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The ADF7902 is a low power UHF receiver. The device demodulates frequency shift keyed (FSK) signals with 34.8 kHz frequency deviation and at data rates of up to 2 kbps. There are eight specific RF channels ranging from 369.5 MHz to 395.9 MHz on which the receiver can operate. Each channel is selectable by configuring three digital control lines. The ADF7902 is designed for low power applications, consuming 18.5 mA (typical) during normal operation and 1 μA (maximum) in standby mode.

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by anapoly
ADF7901: I found it is unstable. (suddenly spurious appeared in +/-60KHz offset from the carrier then disappearsed in 10 min.) The ADF7901 output data seems completely inverted seeing from ADF7902 demodulated output. I don't know why. I have veen asking Analog Japan Techsupport. I also checked only ADF7902 inputting data from Vector SG(2kbps, 2FSK, 38.5KHz deviation#. The demodulated data was not inverted. I also measured the BER using Ber tester and ADF7901 with ADF7902#I inverted the RX data with SN7404). The result was fine. So I am reluctant to use ADF7901. I want to change deviation as well. And I want higher bit rate capability for ADF7902. Therefore I may go to ADF7021.

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by anapoly, 22 Oct 13
ADF7901_ADF7902
ADF7901: I found it is unstable. (suddenly spurious appeared in +/-60KHz offset from the carrier then disappearsed in 10 min.) The ADF7901 output data seems completely inverted seeing from ADF7902 demodulated output. I don't know why. I have veen asking Analog Japan Techsupport. I also checked only ADF7902 inputting data from Vector SG(2kbps, 2FSK, 38.5KHz deviation#. The demodulated data was not inverted. I also measured the BER using Ber tester and ADF7901 with ADF7902#I inverted the RX data with SN7404). The result was fine. So I am reluctant to use ADF7901. I want to change deviation as well. And I want higher bit rate capability for ADF7902. Therefore I may go to ADF7021.
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