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Transceivers

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.

TR ordering code

DCTR

Regarding DPA approach support, IQRF transceivers are available in two variants (from IQRF OS v3.05D):

Transceiver variant Under OS Under DPA
Demo Non-demo
TR Fully programmable Yes (if available)
DCTR Fully programmable Yes (if available) Yes

Features

  • 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
    • Receiving:
      • 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
  • Peripherals/options:
    • Temperature sensor
    • Additional serial EEPROM
    • +3 V voltage regulator
    • 2 LEDs
  • Antenna options:
  • Mounting options:

TR block diagram

TR peripherals


Watch related tutorial videos:

IQRF wireless - videos
C-programming
Basic demonstration video how to use IQRF IDE to open, modify, compile, upload and test C applications for IQRF transceivers.

IQRF wireless - videos
Network set up with IQRF DCTRs
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.


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