An IQRF transceiver (TR) is a tiny intelligent electronic board with complete circuitry needed for implementation of wireless RF connectivity. It is a basic communication component of the IQRF platform, used also in all IQRF gateways, routers etc.
Regarding DPA approach support, IQRF transceivers are available in two variants (from IQRF OS v3.05D):
|Transceiver variant||Under OS||Under DPA|
|TR||Fully programmable||Yes (if available)||–|
|DCTR||Fully programmable||Yes (if available)||Yes|
- License-free ISM bands 868/916/433 MHz
- Compact highly integrated design
- No external components required
- Very small: 20.2 x 14.9 mm (SMT),
25.0 x 14.9 mm (SIM)
- Microcontroller with operating system supporting Mesh
- Up to 12 I/O pins, up to 3 analog inputs (A/D)
- RF, SPI, UART and I2C interfaces supported
- All IQRF TRs are bidirectional.
- Extra low power consumption
- Sleep: sub-µA
- 12.3 mA (STD mode)
- 233 µA (LP mode)
- 15 µA (XLP mode)
- Transmitting: 8.3 – 19 mA (SW selectable)
- Up to 189 RF channels (SW selectable)
- Bit rate: about 19 kb/s (SW selectable)
- RF output power: up to 12.5 mW (SW selectable)
- Signal range: hundreds of meters or more, up to 240 hops/packet
- Temperature sensor
- Additional serial EEPROM
- +3 V voltage regulator
- 2 LEDs
- Antenna options:
- Mounting options:
Watch related tutorial videos:
Basic demonstration video how to use IQRF IDE to open, modify, compile, upload and test C applications for IQRF transceivers.
One of the key IQRF tutorial videos demonstrates in practice how to set up a wireless network using IQRF Data Controlled Transceivers. Just follow this video and you will have your wireless Mesh network up and running within a few minutes.