dresden elektronik deRFusb-13E06 User manual

User Manual
USB Radio Sticks
deRFusb-23E00
deRFusb-23E06
deRFusb-23E06 JTAG
deRFusb-13E00
deRFusb-13E06
deRFusb-13E06 JTAG
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Table of contents
1.
Overview ......................................................................................................................... 5
2.
Application ....................................................................................................................... 5
3.
Features .......................................................................................................................... 5
4.
Technical data ................................................................................................................. 8
5.
Mechanical size ............................................................................................................. 10
6.
Pin assignment .............................................................................................................. 11
7.
Programming ................................................................................................................. 15
7.1. JTAG interface ..................................................................................................... 15
7.2. USB interface ....................................................................................................... 15
7.3. Required hardware ............................................................................................... 15
7.4. Programming and debugging details .................................................................... 17
8.
Onboard transceiver ...................................................................................................... 18
9.
Onboard flash (option) ................................................................................................... 18
10. Radio certification .......................................................................................................... 19
10.1. United States (FCC) ............................................................................................. 19
10.2. European Union (ETSI) ........................................................................................ 20
11. Ordering information ...................................................................................................... 22
12. Revision notes ............................................................................................................... 24
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Document history
Date
Version
Description
2011-06-29
01.00
Initial version
2011-07-01
01.01
Update
- Certification 2.4GHz usb radio stick
- Working temperature
- Radio data
Mailing list
Firm
Division / Name
DE
A.Palm
Author / Check / Release
Author
Firm
Division / Name
DE
Dev. / A.Palm
Check
release
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Abbreviations
Abbreviation
Description
ADC
Analog to Digital Converter
AES
Advanced Encryption Standard
CE
(Applications) - Consumer Electronics
DAC
Digital to Analog Converter
ETSI
European Telecommunications Standards Institute
FCC
Federal Communications Commission
GPIO
Generals Purpose Input Output
IC
(Certification) - Industry Canada
ISM
Industrial, Scientific and Medical frequency band
JTAG
Joint Test Action Group
MAC
Medium Access Control
MCU, µC
Microcontroller Unit
PWM
Pulse Width Modulation
RF
Radio Frequency
SPI
Serial Peripheral Interface
TWI
Two-Wire Serial Interface
UART
Universal Asynchronous Receiver Transmitter
USART
Universal Synchronous/Asynchronous Receiver Transmitter
USB
Universal Serial Bus
WPAN
Wireless Personal Area Network
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1. Overview
The compact designed USB radio sticks deRFusb-23E00 and deRFusb-13E00 contain a
powerful CORTEX-M3 microcontroller with 256 kBytes High-Speed Flash. Additional flash
memory to store user defined data is provided using the USB radio sticks deRFusb-23E06
and deRFusb-13E06, it is usable as mass storage device.
Depending on the transmission frequency of 2.4 GHz - deRFusb-23E00/06/JTAG - or
868/915 MHz - deRFusb-13E00/06/JTAG - the ATMEL low-power transceivers AT86RF231
or alternatively AT86RF212 are integrated. They provide a complete radio transceiver interface between the antenna and the microcontroller and an extended functional range such as
a 128-Bit AES hardware engine to assure data security.
The USB radio sticks provide a programming and debugging interface to the user, by default
via USB. For programming via JTAG, the variants deRFusb-23E00 JTAG, deRFusb-23E06
JTAG, deRFusb-13E00 JTAG and deRFusb-13E06 JTAG are available.
2. Application
The main applications for the USB radio sticks deRFusb-23E00/06/JTAG and deRFusb13E00/06/JTAG are:
•
2.4GHz and Sub-GHz range IEEE 802.15.4
•
ZigBee® Pro
•
ZigBee® RF4CE
•
ZigBee® IP
•
6LoWPAN
•
SP100
•
Wireless Sensor Networks (WSN)
•
industrial and home controlling and monitoring
3. Features
The USB radio sticks deRFusb-23E00/JTAG and deRFusb-23E06/JTAG offer the following
features:
•
compact size (in case): 71.0 x 23.0 x 8.7 mm
•
USB powered
•
3 free programmable status LEDs
•
RF shielding
•
Debugging/Programming interfaces: 1 x DBGU (Debug-Unit) or 1 x JTAG with 10 pin
connector mounting (option ‘JTAG’), USB
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Onboard transceiver and chip ceramic antenna 2.4GHz
•
Optional: onboard 2 GByte flash (option ‘06’)
•
Certification: FCC certified, IC pending, conformity ETSI/CE
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The block diagram below shows layout and interaction of the main deRFusb-23E00/06/JTAG
components:
VUSB
4.5 .. 5.5V
JTAG
DBGU
USB
VCC
VCC
3.3V
ATSAM3S4BA
SPI
AT86RF231
Chip antenna
MMC
Option:
2 GByte Flash
Figure 1: block diagram deRFusb-23E00/06/JTAG
The deRFusb-13E00/06/JTAG offer the same features like the deRFusb-23E00/06/JTAG except the built-in Sub-GHz transceiver and onboard Sub-GHz chip antenna.
•
Onboard transceiver and chip ceramic antenna for Sub-GHz
Layout and interaction of the main deRFusb-13E00/06/JTAG components:
VUSB
4.5 .. 5.5V
JTAG
DBGU
USB
VCC
VCC
3.3V
ATSAM3S4BA
SPI
AT86RF212
Chip antenna
MMC
Option:
2 GByte Flash
Figure 2: block diagram deRFusb-13E00/06/JTAG
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4. Technical data
Table 1: Mechanical data
Mechanical
Radio module
Size (length x width x height)
71.0 x 23.0 x 8.7 mm (in case)
63.5 x 19.0 x 5.5 mm (without case)
63.5 x 19.0 x 9.5 mm (with JTAG, without case)
Connectors
USB
chassis plug type A
10 pin header - connection option 2 x 5 pins, 1.27 mm pitch
‘JTAG’
Table 2: Environment
Temperature and humidity range
Min
Typ
Max
Unit
T_work w/o external flash1
- 40
+85
°C
T_work with external flash2
- 25
+85
°C
Working area
25
1
valid for deRFusb23E00/JTAG and deRFusb13E00/JTAG
2
valid for deRFusb23E06/JTAG and deRFusb13E06/JTAG
80
% r.H.
Working area
Table 3: Electrical data
Electrical (VUSB = 5.0VDC)
Parameter
Min
Typ
Max
Unit
Supply voltage
VUSB
4.5
5.0
5.5
VDC
Current
consumption
I_TXon (TX_PWR = 3)
51
mA
I_TXoff
32
mA
I_sleep
TBD
mA
I_RXon
TBD
mA
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Table 4: Radio data transmission
Radio (VUSB = 5.0VDC)
Parameter / feature
Min
deRFusb-23E00/06/JTAG
Antenna
Chip ceramic
Antenna gain
Range
Frequency range
Transmitting
power conducted
Antenna diversity: no
line of sight
TX_PWR = 0
Receiver sensitivity
Data rate
deRFusb-13E00/06/JTAG
Antenna
Chip ceramic
Antenna gain
Range
Frequency range
Transmitting
power conducted
Antenna diversity: no
line of sight
Typ
dBi (peak)
dBi (average)
>200
2.4
+3.0
m
GHz
dBm
- 101
250
500
1
2
dBm
kb/s
kb/s
Mb/s
Mb/s
- 0.7
- 2.6
dBi (peak)
dBi (average)
>200
868
915
m
MHz (band)
+ 9.0
+ 5.0
- 110
20
40
250
500
1
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Unit
+1.3
- 0.5
TX_PWR = 0 @ 915MHz
TX_PWR = 0 @ 868MHz
Receiver sensitivity
Data rate
Max
dBm
dBm
kb/s
kb/s
kb/s
kb/s
Mb/s
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5. Mechanical size
19.0 mm
63.5 mm
height 5.5 mm
Figure 3: Size deRFusb-23E00 and deRFusb-23E06
Placed in case the mechanical size is 71.0 x 23.0 x 8.7 mm (length x width x height).
These dimensions are the same at the deRFusb-13E00 and deRFusb-13E06 radio sticks.
Figure 4: deRFusb-13E00 and deRFusb-13E06
The connector for all radio stick design versions is USB type A.
Figure 5: USB type A connection
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6. Pin assignment
The optional 10 pin connector offers the programming interface (JTAG) and debugging interface (Debug RXD and Debug TXD) to the user. It is directly accessible from the USB stick
bottom side.
Figure 6: Top and bottom overlay deRFusb-23E00, deRFusb-23E06, deRFusb-23E00 JTAG and
deRFusb-23E06 JTAG
X2 pins: 2 .... 10
1 ..... 9
1.27 mm pitch
Figure 7: optional 10 pin connector with footprint receptacle
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Figure 8: Top overlay deRFusb-13E00, deRFusb-13E06, deRFusb-13E00 JTAG and deRFusb13E06 JTAG
X2 pins: 2 .... 10
1 ..... 9
1.27 mm pitch
Figure 9: Optional 10 pin connector with footprint receptacle
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Table 5: Pin assignment of deRFusb-23E00/06/JTAG and deRFusb-13E00/06/JTAG
µC Pin name
function
USB connector
56
DDM
USB DM
57
DDP
USB DP
10 pin connector (only available with option ‘JTAG’)
53
PB7/TCK/SWCLK
JTAG TCK
GND
49
PB5/TWCK1/PWML0/WKUP13/TDO JTAG TDO
VCC
51
PB6/TMS/SWDIO
JTAG TMS
39
NRST
/Reset
VCC
30
PA9/URXD0/NPCS1/PWMFI0
Debug RXD
33
PB4/TWD1/PWMH2/TDI
JTAG TDI
29
PA10/UTXD0/NPCS2
Debug TXD
Miscellaneous
13
PA19/RK/PWML0/A15/AD2
LED1
9
PA17/TD/PCK1/PWMH3/AD0
LED2
10
PA18/RD/PCK2/A14/AD1
LED3
35
PA5/RXD0/NPCS3
Hardware ID1
34
PA6/TXD0/PCK0
Hardware ID2
32
PA7/RTS0/PWMH3/XIN32
Hardware ID3
Internal transceiver interface
20
PA15/TF/TIOA1/PWML3
RXTS/DIG2
11
PA21/RXD1/PCK1/AD8
SLP-TR
21
PA14/SPCK/PWMH3
SCK
27
PA12/MISO/PWMH1
MISO
22
PA13/MOSI/PWMH2
MOSI
28
PA11/NPCS0/PWMH0
SELN
47
PA1/PWMH1/TIOB0/A18
IRQ
23
PA24/RTS1/PWMH1/A20
RST
36
PA4/TWCK0/TCLK0
CLKM
2 GByte flash memory
42
MCDA0
ext. Flash Data 0
52
MCDA1
ext. Flash Data 1
26
MCDA2
ext. Flash Data 2
37
MCDA3
ext. Flash Data 3
38
MCCDA
ext. Flash Command
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comments
pin 1
pin 2
pin 3
pin 4
pin 5
pin 6
pin 7
pin 8
pin 9
pin 10
red
yellow
green
Timestamp
SPI
SPI
SPI
Transceiver Reset
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MCCK
Erase pin
55
PB12/PWML1/ERASE
ext. Flash Clock
Table 6: Signal description list
Signal name
Function
Type
Power - USB connector
DDM
USB Full Speed Data –
DDP
USB Full Speed Data +
JTAG
TCK
Test Clock
TDI
Test Data In
TDO
Test Data Out
TDM
Test Mode Select
Reset
RSTN
Microcontroller Reset
UART0
URXD0
UART Receive Data
UTXD0
UART Transmit Data
Active
level
Comments
Analog
Digital
Input
Input
Output
Input
I/O
onboard Pull-up
onboard Pull-up
onboard Pull-up
Low
Pull-Up resistor
Input
Output
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7. Programming
7.1.
JTAG interface
Only the deRFusb-23E00 JTAG, deRFusb-23E06 JTAG, deRFusb-13E00 JTAG and deRFusb-13E06 JTAG can be programmed over JTAG interface (TDI, TDO, TCK, TMS) with a
suitable JTAG-programmer for ARM-based microcontrollers.
7.2.
USB interface
The alternative programming feature for the deRFusb radio sticks is provided by the USB
interface.
The interface represents a USB 2.0 Full-Speed Device (not USB certified). The USB interface logs on at the host as Mass Storage Device and as deRFusb-xxxx.
For a more details of the interface please refer to the ATSAM3S ATMEL data sheet:
•
Preliminary PDF: doc6500.pdf
•
Preliminary Summary PDF: 6500s.pdf
http://www.atmel.com/dyn/products/product_docs.asp?category_id=163&family_id=605&subf
amily_id=2127&part_id=4691
7.3.
Required hardware
JTAG interface
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1. Option ATMEL SAM-ICE programmer
•
(A) deRFusb-23E00/06 JTAG or deRFusb-13E00/06 JTAG
•
(B) SAM-ICE-Adapter with onboard RS232 level shifter
•
(C) SAM-ICE programmer
•
(D) RS232 cable
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(C)
(A)
(D)
(B)
Figure 10: USB radio stick with SAM-ICE programmer
2. Option OLIMEX ARM programmer
•
(A) deRFusb-23E00/06 or deRFusb-13E00/06
•
(B) SAM-ICE-Adapter with onboard RS232 level shifter
•
(C) Olimex USB-ARM programmer
•
(D) RS232 cable
(C)
(A)
(D)
(B)
Figure 11: USB radio stick with OLIMEX ARM programmer
Attention: The SAM-ICE-Adapter has no own power supply! Connect the USB radio stick
with an USB Type-A extension cable to a laptop or PC.
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USB interface
No additional hardware is necessary using the USB interface to program the deRFusb23E00/06 and deRFusb-13E00/06 radio sticks.
7.4.
Programming and debugging details
For programming via JTAG there are two alternatives:
•
OpenOCD
•
Segger J-Link or Atmel SAM-ICE.
OpenOCD
A suitable on chip debug system including flash programming and SRAM debugging support
is available from various vendors e.g. http://www.olimex.com/dev/arm-usb-ocd.html
This open source programming software is recommended for open source toolchains.
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Segger J-Link or Atmel SAM-ICE
These In-Circuit-Emulators are commercially available programming adapters. They work
well with e.g. the IAR embedded workbench. They are also working with the GDB debug
server (for use with open source toolchain).
The programming and debugging features are license dependent.
Debugging and tracing - required hardware
Debugging and tracing of the USB radio sticks is possible with the SAM-ICE adapter. It has
following features:
•
10 pin connector for deRFusb-23E00/06 JTAG and deRFusb-13E00/06 JTAG
•
20 pin connector for ARM JTAG programmer
•
6 pin connector for ARM Debug-Unit
•
RS232 connector with onboard RS232 level shifter for ARM Debug-Unit
Troubleshooting
The ERASE pin (see section 6) is used to reinitialize the Flash content - and some of its
NVM (Non-Volatile Memory) bits - to an erased state. The flash is transferred to its original
state.
The pin must be tied high during more than 220 ms to perform a Flash erase operation.
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8. Onboard transceiver
The main difference between the deRFusb-23E00/06/JTAG and the deRFusb13E00/06/JTAG USB radio sticks is the built-in 2.4GHz or alternatively Sub-GHz transceiver
in combination with the appropriate onboard chip antenna.
deRFusb-23E00/06/JTAG - AT86RF231 transceiver
The low-power 2.4GHz transceiver is designed for industrial and consumer IEEE 802.15.4,
ZigBee®, RF4CE, SP100 and high data rate ISM applications.
deRFusb-13E00/06/JTAG - AT86RF212 transceiver
The low-power, low-voltage 800/900MHz transceiver is designed for low-cost IEEE 802.15.4,
ZigBee® and high data rate ISM applications available Europe and North America.
General transceiver description
These single-chip radio transceivers provide a complete radio transceiver interface between
an antenna and a microcontroller.
They comprise the analog radio transceiver and the digital modulation and demodulation including time and frequency synchronization and data buffering. The number of external components is minimized such that only the antenna, the crystal and decoupling capacitors are
required. The bidirectional differential antenna pins are used for transmission and reception,
thus no external antenna switch is needed.
An internal 128 byte RAM for RX and TX buffers the data to be transmitted or the received
data. Two on chip low dropout voltage regulators provide the internal analog and digital 1.8V
supply.
The transceivers further contain comprehensive hardware-MAC support (Extended Operating Mode) and a security engine (AES) to improve the overall system power efficiency and
timing.
9. Onboard flash (option)
A 2 GByte flash memory to store user defined data is optionally available using the deRFusb23E06/JTAG and deRFusb-13E06/JTAG USB radio sticks.
This flash memory is typically applied as mass storage device for user data. It works like a
Multimedia Card (MMC). Possible data bit modes are 1bit (default) and 4bit.
The flash is equipped with a memory controller and has a NAND flash architecture. It complies with eMMC Specification Version 4.4. The temperature range for safe operation is from
- 25C° to +85C°.
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10. Radio certification
10.1. United States (FCC)
The deRFusb-23E00/06/JTAG and deRFusb-13E00/06/JTAG USB radio sticks comply with
the requirements of FCC part 15.
The FCC certification for deRFusb-13E00/06/JTAG is pending.
To fulfill FCC Certification requirements, an OEM manufacturer must comply with the following regulations:
The modular transmitter must be labeled with its own FCC ID number, and, if the FCC ID is
not visible when the module is installed inside another device, the outside of the device into
which the module is installed must also display a label referring to the enclosed module.
This exterior label can use wording such as the following. Any similar wording that expresses
the same meaning may be used.
Sample label for USB radio stick deRFusb-23E00, deRFusb-23E06,
deRFusb-23E00 JTAG and deRFusb-23E06 JTAG:
FCC-ID: XVV-ARM323E00
This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is subject to the following two
conditions: (1) this device may not cause harmful interference, and (2) this device must accept any interference received, including interference that may cause undesired operation.
Note: The usb radio sticks deRFusb-23E00 JTAG, deRFusb-23E06 and deRFusb-23E06
JTAG fulfill a Permissive Change Class 1 regarding to FCC Section 2.1043 and complies
with the requirements of FCC part 15.
The Original Equipment Manufacturer (OEM) must ensure that the OEM modular transmitter
is labeled with its own FCC ID number. This includes a clearly visible label on the outside of
the final product enclosure that displays the contents shown below. If the FCC ID is not visible when the equipment is installed inside another device, the outside of the device into
which the equipment is installed must also display a label referring to the enclosed equipment.
This equipment complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is subject to the following
two conditions: (1) this device may not cause harmful interference, and (2) this device must
accept any interference received, including interference that may cause undesired operation
(FCC 15.19). The internal / external antenna(s) used for this mobile transmitter must provide
a separation distance of at least 20 cm from all persons and must not be co-located or operate in conjunction with any other antenna or transmitter.
Installers must be provided with antenna installation instructions and transmitter operating
conditions for satisfying RF exposure compliance. This device is approved as a mobile de-
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vice with respect to RF exposure compliance, and may only be marketed to OEM installers.
Use in portable exposure conditions (FCC 2.1093) requires separate equipment authorization.
Modifications not expressly approved by this company could void the user's authority to operate this equipment (FCC section 15.21).
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable
protection against harmful interference in a residential installation. This equipment generates,
uses and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance
with the instructions, may cause harmful interference to radio communications. However,
there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular installation. If this equipment does cause harmful interference to radio or television reception, which can be determined by turning the equipment off and on, the user is encouraged to try to correct the interference by one or more of the following measures:
•
Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna
•
Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver
•
Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the receiver is connected
•
Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help
10.2. European Union (ETSI)
The deRFusb-23E00/06/JTAG and deRFusb-13E00/06/JTAG USB radio sticks have been
tested compliant for use in the European Union countries.
If the deRFusb-23E00/06/JTAG and deRFusb-13E00/06/JTAG USB radio sticks are incorporated into a product, the manufacturer must ensure compliance of the final product to the European harmonized EMC and low-voltage/safety standards. A Declaration of Conformity
must be issued for each of these standards and kept on file as described in Annex II of the
R&TTE Directive.
The manufacturer must maintain a copy of the deRFusb-23E00/06/JTAG and deRFusb13E00/06/JTAG USB radio sticks documentation and ensure the final product does not exceed the specified power ratings, antenna specifications, and/or installation requirements as
specified in the user manual. If any of these specifications are exceeded in the final product,
a submission must be made to a notified body for compliance testing to all required standards.
The “CE“ marking must be affixed to a visible location on the OEM product. The CE mark
shall consist of the initials "CE" taking the following form:
•
If the CE marking is reduced or enlarged, the proportions given in the above graduated drawing must be respected.
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•
The CE marking must have a height of at least 5mm except where this is not possible
on account of the nature of the apparatus.
•
The CE marking must be affixed visibly, legibly, and indelibly.
More detailed information about CE marking requirements you can find at "DIRECTIVE
1999/5/EC OF THE EUROPEAN PARLIAMENT AND OF THE COUNCIL" on 9 March 1999
at section 12.
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11. Ordering information
The product name includes the following information:
deRF xxxx - x x x xx x
Revision
Features
Size
Flash Memory
Frequency Range
Product / Chipset
Table 7: product name code
Product name code
Information
Code
Explanation
Comments
Product / Chipset
usb
AT91SAM7S
USB radio stick
Frequency range
1
868/915 MHz
2
2.4 GHz
Flash memory
3
256 kByte
Size
E
USB stick
Features
00
chip antenna
06
chip antenna, 2 GB flash onboard
JTAG
10 pin connector
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Rev 0
Revision
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onboard
JTAG + DEBUG
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Table 8: ordering information
Ordering information
Part number Product name
Comments
coming soon
deRFusb-23E00
USB radio stick for 2.4 GHz
(delivered with a fitting case)
BN-032310
deRFusb-23E00 JTAG
USB radio stick for 2.4 GHz
with assembled JTAG connector
coming soon
deRFusb-23E06
USB radio stick for 2.4 GHz with 2 GByte
flash - (delivered with a fitting case)
coming soon
deRFusb-23E06 JTAG
USB radio stick for 2.4 GHz with 2 GByte
flash with assembled JTAG connector
coming soon
deRFusb-13E00
USB radio stick for Sub-GHz
(delivered with a fitting case)
coming soon
deRFusb-13E00 JTAG
USB radio stick for Sub-GHz
with assembled JTAG connector
coming soon
deRFusb-13E06
USB radio stick for Sub-GHz with 2 GByte
flash - (delivered with a fitting case)
coming soon
deRFusb-13E06 JTAG
USB radio stick for Sub-GHz with 2 GByte
flash with assembled JTAG connector
BN-028337
SAM-ICE-Adapter
program and debug interface adapter for
USB radio sticks
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12. Revision notes
Up to now for the deRFusb-23E00/06/JTAG and deRFusb-13E00/06/JTAG USB radio sticks
technical problems, malfunctions or any other critical issues are not known.
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