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ASK Transmitter / LO Source
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The TH71072 ASK transmitter IC is designed for
applications in the European 433MHz industrial-
scientific-medical (ISM) band, according to the EN
300 220 telecommunications standard. It can also
frequencies ranging from 310 MHz to 450 MHz
(e.g. for applications in the US 315MHz ISM band).
The transmitter's carrier frequency f
by the frequency of the reference crystal f
used. The integrated PLL synthesizer ensures that
each RF value, ranging from 310 MHz to 450 MHz,
can be achieved by using a crystal with reference
frequency according to: f
/N, where N = 32 is
the PLL feedback divider ratio.
Theory of Operation
As depicted in Fig.1, the TH71072 transmitter
consists of a fully integrated voltage-controlled
oscillator (VCO), a divide-by-32 divider (div32), a
phase-frequency detector (PFD) and a charge
pump. An external loop filter at pin LF determines
the dynamic behaviour of the PLL and suppresses
reference spurious signals.
The VCO’s output signal feeds the power amplifier
(PA). RF signal power P
can be adjusted in six
steps from P
= –15 dBm to -1 dBm, either by
changing the value of resistor R
or by varying the
at pin PS/DATA. The open-collector
output (OUT) can be used to either drive a loop
antenna or to feed a single-ended load impedance.
This could be, for example
/4 monopol antenna
or a 50
Ω output port. In any case, an impedance
matching network should be added in order to
achieve maximum available RF power.
Bandgap biasing ensures stable operation of the IC
at a power supply range of 2.2 V to 5.5 V.
The TH71072 feature a clock output (CKOUT) that
used to drive a µC. The frequency at
CKOUT is f
/4. The clock output is slew-rate limited
in order to keep spurious signal emission as low as
possible. The voltage swing at CKOUT depends on
the capacitive loading at this pin.
It is approximate 2 V
= 5 pF
The TH71072 can be ASK-modulated by applying
data directly at pin PS. This turns the PA on and off
and therefore leads to an ASK signal at the output.
Many applications require a stable RF source. For
this purpose, the TH71072 can be used without
continuous wave (CW) generator.
Frequency Modulation (FM)
For FM operation an external varactor is required. It
simply acts as a pulling capacitor connected in
series to the crystal. Then the analog modulation
signal, applied through a series resistor, directly
modulates the XOSC.
Mode Control Logic
The mode control logic allows two different modes
of operation as listed in the following table. The
mode control pin ENTX is pulled-down internally.
This guarantees that the whole circuit is shut down
if this pin is left floating.
TX disabled whole circuit in standby
Table 1: Modes of operation
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