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March 29, 2012

Rfaxis, Beken join forces to develop advanced wireless application design

BK2423 provides air data rate ranging from 250 kbps to 4 Mbps

By CBR Staff Writer

Semiconductor company Rfaxis and integrated circuits (IC) provider Beken have partnered to introduced ZigBee RFX2401C RF Front-end Integrated Circuit (RfeICTM), CMOS based single-chip/single-die.

The new product will help end-customers for mass deployment and production as part of the Beken’s reference design for its latest BK2423 2.4GHz wireless transceiver.

RFX2401C is designed using standard CMOS process and pin-compatible with its BiCMOS predecessor RFX2401.

It incorporates all key RF front end functions necessary for 2.4GHz IEEE 802.15.4/ZigBee, AMR/AMI, wireless sensor network, wireless audio/video and other applications in the license-free 2.4GHz ISM frequency band.

Beken has introduced BK2423 to its BK24xx series 2.4GHz transceiver and SoC family which provide air data rate ranging from 250 kbps to 4 Mbps.

BK2423 is pin-compatible BK2421 GFSK transceiver and provides up to +5 dBm output power by inserting RFX2401C in-between the BK2423 RF pin and the antenna port with a simple 50-Ohm based PCB layout modification to deliver up to +20 dBm maximum transmit power.

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