RFM02 Series, RF Transmitters

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PCB Symbol, Footprint & 3D Model
Surface Mount
-40°C ~ 85°C
On-Board, Chip
2.2V ~ 5.4V
14-SMD Module
860.48MHz ~ 879.51MHz
6dBm ~ 8dBm
Alarm and Security Systems, Remote Control, Remote Keyless Entry, Telemetry
14mA ~ 23mA

About  RF Transmitters

RF transmitters are integral components utilized for broadcasting radio frequency signals while incorporating data modulation for effective data transmission within a system. These transmitters operate across a broad frequency range spanning from 315Hz to 64GHz, accommodating a wide spectrum of applications and communication needs. In terms of data rate capabilities, RF transmitters support data transmission speeds ranging from 3kbps to 2Mbps, enabling the efficient conveyance of varying data loads based on the specific requirements of the application. Additionally, these transmitters offer a configurable power output that ranges from -30dBm to 24.7dBm, allowing for optimized signal strength and range as needed for different communication scenarios. The data interface options available for RF transmitters encompass a diverse array of connectivity methods, including connectors, I2C (Inter-Integrated Circuit), pin pads, parallel interfaces, PCB (Printed Circuit Board) connections, serial interfaces, solder pads, SPI (Serial Peripheral Interface), UART (Universal Asynchronous Receiver-Transmitter), and USB (Universal Serial Bus). This extensive range of data interface options ensures compatibility with various system architectures and communication protocols, facilitating seamless integration into diverse electronic systems. Furthermore, RF transmitters feature multiple antenna connection options, including castellation, on-board mounting, PCB integration, and through-hole connections. These diverse antenna connection methods cater to different design requirements and facilitate the incorporation of RF transmitters into a wide range of electronic devices and systems. In summary, RF transmitters serve as crucial elements for broadcasting radio frequency signals while modulating data for efficient transmission within electronic systems. With their extensive frequency range, adaptable data rates, configurable power output, versatile data interface options, and diverse antenna connection methods, RF transmitters play a vital role in enabling effective wireless communication across a multitude of applications and use cases.