Application Notes (7)
- AN-1182: Understanding and Optimizing the AFC Loop on the ADF7021 for Minimum Preamble (pdf, 224 kB)
- AN-0987: Designing a Wireless Transceiver System to Meet the Wireless M-Bus Standard (pdf, 140 kB)
- AN-915: CDR Operation for ADF7020, ADF7020-1, ADF7021, and ADF7025 (pdf, 439 kB)
- AN-859: RF Port Impedance Data, Matching, and External Component Selection for the ADF7020-1, ADF7021, and ADF7021-N (pdf, 333 kB)
- AN-852: Using the Test DAC on the ADF702x to Implement Functions Such as Analog FM DEMOD, SNR Measurement, FEC Decoding, and PSK/4FSK Demodulation (pdf, 259 kB)
- AN-772: A Design and Manufacturing Guide for the Lead Frame Chip Scale Package (LFCSP) (pdf, 439 kB)
- AN-771: ADSP-BF533 EZ-KIT Lite and ADF70xx Interface (pdf, 201 kB)
Technical Articles (9)
Design, Simulate, and Document Proprietary Wireless Systems
The broad acceptance of standards developed for short range wireless connectivity has been one of the notable features of the semiconductor market in the past few years. The available wireless standards are not always the best fit for the application’s requirements, however.
(Analog Dialogue, Volume 42, Number 4 2008)
- ICs for Low Power, Low Cost ECG Holter Monitors Support Standard Medical Wireless Bands
- Low Power, Low Cost, Wireless ECG Holter Monitor
RF Meets Power Lines: Designing Intelligent Smart Grid Systems that Promote Energy Efficiency
RF DesignLine, March 2010
Smart Metering Technology Promotes Energy Efficiency for a Greener World
The metering of electric power coming into the home is going electronic, replacing the long-established electromechanical power-line meter (from the 1890s) with all-electronic smart meters.
(RF DesignLine, July 27, 2009)
The Use of Short Range Wireless in a Multi-Metering System
(pdf, 220 kB)
One of the more evident trends at the recent Metering Europe 2006 event in Copenhagen was that both meter manufacturers and utility companies are placing an increased emphasis on the use of communication networks to create added value for their systems and also to leverage from infrastructure investment already in place.
(Metering International, December, 2006)
Understand Wireless Short-Range Devices for Global License-Free Systems
Short-range devices (SRD) are radio transmitters that communicate unidirectionally or bidirectionally with little capability of interfering with other radio equipment. They provide many different services, including home automation, wireless alarms, and remote keyless entry.
(RF DesignLine, March 07, 2007)
Wireless Short Range Devices and Narrowband Communications
The term “Short Range Device” (SRD) covers radio transmitters which provide either unidirectional or bi-directional communication and which have a low capability of causing interference to other radio equipment.
(Microwave Product Digest, July, 2007)
- Wireless Technologies for Smart Meters: Focus on Water Metering (pdf, 493 kB)
Data Sheets (1)
- ADF7021: High Performance Narrow-Band Transceiver IC Data Sheet (Rev B, 04/2013) (pdf, 1496 kB)
Solutions Bulletins (1)