Ultra Low Power Transceivers

RadioVerse Ultra Low Power
ADF70xx Family

Analog Devices’ family of ultra low power integrated transceivers are designed specifically for IoT applications requiring ultra low power connectivity without sacrificing the high-performance and reliability RadioVerse transceivers are known for. With industry leading RF performance, end products using an ADI radio will exhibit the highest levels of reliability. These devices support a broad range of frequency bands and communications protocols. Whether the application is sensing for Industry 4.0, Smart Metering, Smart City or Smart Healthcare, customers can rely on the ADF70xx portfolio to deliver best in class connectivity.


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RadioVerse Ultra Low Power Product Series

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US Price 1000-4999
1 ADF7030 169 MHz 4FSK, FSK 17dBm 6.4kbps 12.5kHz -
2 ADF7241 2400 MHz DSSS-OQPSK 4.8dBm 250kbps 600kHz $1.59
3 ADF7030-1 169 MHz, 426 to 470 MHz, 863 to 960 MHz 4FSK, FSK 17dBm 360kbps 3kHz $1.99
4 ADF7023-J 902 to 958 mHz FSK 13.5dBm 300kbps 100kHz $1.79
5 ADF7023 862 to 928 MHz FSK, OOK 13.5dBm 300kbps 100kHz $1.79
6 ADF7024 431 to 435 MHz, 862 to 928 MHz FSK 13.5dBm 300kbps 100kHz -
7 ADF7242 2400 MHz DSSS-OQPSK, FSK 4.8dBm 2Mbps 600kHz $1.99
ADF7030-1

The ADF7030-1

The ADF7030-1 is a fully integrated, radio transceiver achieving high performance at very low power. The ADF7030-1 is ideally suited for IoT applications that require long range, network robustness, and long battery life. It is suitable for applications that operate in the ISM, SRD, and licensed frequency bands at 169.4 MHz to 169.6 MHz, 426 MHz to 470 MHz, and 863 MHz to 960 MHz. It provides extensive support for standards-based protocols like IEEE802.15.4g while also providing flexibility to support a wide range of proprietary protocols.

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Ultra Low Power Applications


ApplicationsApplications


  • Smart Machines
  • Infrastructure Monitoring
  • Smart Energy
  • Building Automation
  • Smart Agriculture
  • Industrial Automation
  • Smart City
  • Asset Tracking
  • Smart Healthcare
  • Home Automation



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Features & Benefits

ADI recognizes the challenges associated with RF design and integration, and what it takes to connect devices and bring a solution to market quickly. The RadioVerse™ ULP technology and design ecosystem gets our customers through the entire radio design process—from idea, to proof of concept, to production—as fast as possible.

Radio Challenges for IoT

  • Congested ISM bands
  • High power interferers from new LTE bands
  • RF obstacles such as steel constructions or thick walls

ADI Designs Robust Radios

  • Industry-leading blocking and ACR ensure messages are received in the presence of unwanted interferers
  • Industry-leading sensitivity minimizes the effects of large RF obstacles
  • Comprehensive factory testing ensures reliability over devices

Ultra Low Power Operation

  • ADI radios enable a battery life of over 20 years for connected sensors
    • ADF7030-1 sleep current with settings retained = 10 nA
    • ADF7023 active receive current = 12.8 mA

Radio Support for Multiple Regions and Networks

  • Global frequencies
  • PHY support for multiple protocols including
    • ZigBee, 6LoWPAN, Wi-SUN, Wireless M-Bus, Z-Wave

Fast Time to Market

  • EZ-KIT® enables fast out of the box technology evaluation
  • Radio drivers for ARM® Cortex® microcontrollers
    • ADI technical support ready to help with any queries
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Reliable Communication is a Key to IoT Growth

Analog Devices has been designing robust solutions for over 50 years that deal with these challenges. The requirement of hyper robust systems for industrial IoT is not a new one.

The ADF7030-1 is the industry’s leading radio for receiver sensitivity performance. In many cases, the ADF7030-1 will be capable of receiving radio signals 3 dB below the power of other radios. This means signal strengths of less than half the power of its competitor can still be received.


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