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RF01

Universal ISM Band FSK Receiver RF01
DESCRIPTION:

RF01

Hope's RF01 is a single chip, low power, multi-channel
FSK receiver designed for use in applications requiring
FCC or ETSI conformance for unlicensed use in the 315,
433, 868, and 915 MHz bands. Used in conjunction with
Hope's FSK transmitters, the RF01 is a flexible, low cost,
and highly integrated solution that does not require
production alignments. All required RF functions are
integrated. Only an external crystal and bypass filtering are
needed for operation.
The RF01 has a completely integrated PLL for easy RF design, and its rapid settling time allows for
fast frequency hopping, bypassing multi-path fading, and interference to achieve robust wireless links.
The PLL's high resolution allows the usage of multiple channels in any of the bands. The baseband
bandwidth (BW) is programmable to accommodate various deviation, data rate, and crystal tolerance
requirements. The receiver employs the Zero-IF approach with I/Q demodulation, therefore no external
components (except crystal and decoupling) are needed in a typical application. The RF01 is a complete
analog RF and baseband receiver including a multi-band PLL synthesizer with an LNA, I/Q down
converter mixers, baseband filters and amplifiers, and I/Q demodulator.
The chip dramatically reduces the load on the microcontroller with integrated digital data processing:
data filtering, clock recovery, data pattern recognition and integrated FIFO. The automatic frequency
control (AFC) feature allows using a low accuracy (low cost) crystal. To minimize the system cost, the
chip can provide a clock signal for the microcontroller, avoiding the need for two crystals.
For low power applications, the device supports low duty-cycle operation based on the internal
wake-up timer.

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RF01
FEATURES:
Fully integrated (low BOM, easy design-in)
No alignment required in production
Fast settling, programmable, high-resolution PLL
Fast frequency hopping capability
High bit rate (up to 115.2 kbps in digital mode and 256 kbps in analog mode)
Direct differential antenna input
Programmable baseband bandwidth (67 to 400 kHz)
Analog and digital RSSI outputs
Automatic frequency control (AFC)
Data quality detection (DQD)
Internal data filtering and clock recovery
RX pattern recognition
SPI compatible serial control interface
Clock and reset signals for microcontroller
16 bit RX data FIFO
Low power duty-cycle mode (less than 0.5 mA average supply current)
Standard 10 MHz crystal reference
Wake-up timer
Low battery detector
2.2 to 5.4 V supply voltage
Low power consumption (~9 mA in low bands)
Low standby current (0.3 uA)

TYPICAL APPLICATIONS
Remote control
Home security and alarm
Wireless keyboard/mouse and other PC peripherals
Toy control
Remote keyless entry
Tire pressure monitoring
Telemetry
Personal/patient data logging
Remote automatic meter reading

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RF01
DETAILED DESCRIPTION
General
The RF01 FSK receiver is the counterpart of the Hope's FSK transmitter. It covers the unlicensed
frequency bands at 315, 433, 868, and 915 MHz. The device facilitates compliance with FCC and ETSI
requirements.
The programmable PLL synthesizer determines the operating frequency, while preserving accuracy
based on the on-chip crystal-controlled reference oscillator. The PLL's high resolution allows for the use
of multiple channels in any of the bands.
The receiver employs the Zero-IF approach with I/Q demodulation, allowing the use of a minimal
number of external components in a typical application. The RF01 consists of a fully integrated
multi-band PLL synthesizer, an LNA with switchable gain, I/Q down converter mixers, baseband filters
and amplifiers, and an I/Q demodulator followed by a data filter.
The RF VCO in the PLL performs automatic calibration, which requires only a few microseconds.
Calibration always occurs when the synthesizer begins. If temperature or supply voltage changes
significantly, VCO recalibration can be invoked easily. Recalibration can be initiated at any time by
switching the synthesizer off and back on again.

LNA
The LNA has 250 Ohm input impedance, which works well with the recommended antennas.
If the RF input of the chip is connected to 50 Ohm devices, an external matching circuit is required to
provide the correct matching and to minimize the noise figure of the receiver.
The LNA gain (and linearity) can be selected (0, -6, -14, -20 dB relative to the highest gain)
according to RF signal strength. This is useful in an environment with strong interferers.

Baseband Filters
The receiver bandwidth is selectable
by programming the bandwidth (BW) of the
baseband filters. This allows setting up the
receiver according to the characteristics of
the signal to be received. An appropriate
bandwidth can be selected to
accommodate various FSK deviation, data
rate, and crystal tolerance requirements.
The filter structure is a 7-th order
Butterworth low-pass with 40 dB
suppression at 2*BW frequency. Offset
cancellation is accomplished by using a
high-pass filter with a cut-off frequency
below 7 kHz.

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Data Filtering and Clock Recovery
The output data filtering can be completed by an external capacitor or by using digital filtering
according to the final application.
Analog operation:
The filter is an RC type low-pass filter and a Schmitt-trigger (St). The resistor (10k) and the St is
integrated on the chip. An (external) capacitor can be chosen according to the actual bit-rate. In this
mode the receiver can handle up to 256 kbps data rate.
Digital operation:
The data filter is a digital realization of an analog RC filter followed by a comparator with hysteresis.
In this mode there is a clock recovery circuit (CR), which can provide synchronized clock to the data. With
this clock the received data can fill the RX Data FIFO. The CR has three operation modes: fast, slow, and
automatic. In slow mode, its noise immunity is very high, but it has slower settling time and requires more
accurate data timing than in fast mode. In automatic mode the CR automatically changes between fast
and slow modes. The CR starts in fast mode, then automatically switches to slow mode after locking.
(Only the data filter and the clock recovery use the bit-rate clock. Therefore, in analog mode, there is
no need for setting the correct bit-rate.)

Data Validity Blocks
RSSI
A digital RSSI output is provided to monitor the input signal level. It goes high if the received signal
strength exceeds a given preprogrammed level. An analog RSSI signal is also available. The RSSI
settling time depends on the filter capacitor used.

P1

-65 dBm

1300 mV

P2

-65 dBm

1000 mV

P3

-100 dBm

600 mV

P4

-100 dBm

300 mV

DQD
The Data Quality Detector monitors the I/Q output of the baseband amplifier chain by counting the
consecutive correct 0- & gt; 1, 1- & gt; 0 transitions. The DQD output indicates the quality of the signal to be
demodulated. Using this method it is possible to " forecast " the probability of BER degradation. The
programmable DQD parameter defines the threshold for signaling the good/bad data quality by the digital
one-bit DQD output. In cases when the deviation is close to the bit rate, there should be four transitions
during a single one bit period in the I/Q signals. As the bit rate decreases in comparison to the deviation,
more and more transitions will happen during a bit period.

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RF01
AFC
By using an integrated Automatic Frequency Control (AFC) feature, the receiver can synchronize its
local oscillator to the received signal, allowing the use of:
inexpensive, low accuracy crystals
narrower receiver bandwidth (i.e. increased sensitivity)
higher data rate

Crystal Oscillator
The chip has a single-pin crystal oscillator circuit, which provides a 10 MHz reference signal for the
PLL. To reduce external parts and simplify design, the crystal load capacitor is internal and
programmable. Guidelines for selecting the appropriate crystal can be found later in this datasheet. The
receiver can supply the clock signal for the microcontroller, so accurate timing is possible without the
need for a second crystal.
When the microcontroller turns the crystal oscillator off by clearing the appropriate bit using the
Configuration Setting Command, the chip provides a fixed number (128) of further clock pulses ("clock
tail") for the microcontroller to let it go to idle or sleep mode.

Low Battery Voltage Detector
The low battery detector circuit monitors the supply voltage and generates an interrupt if it falls below
a programmable threshold level.

Wake-Up Timer
The wake-up timer has very low current consumption (1.5 uA typical) and can be programmed from
1 ms to several days with an accuracy of +-5%.
It calibrates itself to the crystal oscillator at every startup, and then at every 30 seconds. When the
crystal oscillator is switched off, the calibration circuit switches it back on only long enough for a quick
calibration (a few milliseconds) to facilitate accurate wake-up timing.

Event Handling
In order to minimize current consumption, the receiver supports the sleep mode. Active mode can be
initiated by several wake-up events (wake-up timer timeout, low supply voltage detection, on-chip FIFO
filled up or receiving a request through the serial interface).
If any wake-up event occurs, the wake-up logic generates an interrupt signal which can be used to
wake up the microcontroller, effectively reducing the period the microcontroller has to be active. The
cause of the interrupt can be read out from the receiver by the microcontroller through the SDO pin.

Interface and Controller
An SPI compatible serial interface lets the user select the frequency band, center frequency of the
synthesizer, and the bandwidth of the baseband signal path. Division ratio for the microcontroller clock,
wake-up timer period, and low supply voltage detector threshold are also programmable. Any of these
auxiliary functions can be disabled when not needed. All parameters are set to default after power-on; the
programmed values are retained during sleep mode. The interface supports the read-out of a status
register, providing detailed information about the status of the receiver and the received data. It is also
possible to store the received data bits into the 16bit RX FIFO register and read them out in a buffered
mode. FIFO mode can be enabled through the SPI compatible interface by setting the fe bit to 1 in the
Output and FIFO Mode Command.

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RF01
PACKAGE PIN DEFINITIONS
Pin type key: D=digital, A=analog, S=supply, I=input, O=output, IO=input/output

Pin

Name

Type

Function

1

SDI

DI

Data input of serial control interface

2

SCK

DI

Clock input of serial control interface

3

nSEL

DI

Chip select input of three-wire control interface (active low)

4

FFIT/SDODO

5

nIRQ

DO

Interrupt request output, (active low)

DATA

DO

Received data output (FIFO not used)

nFFS

DI

FIFO select input

DCLK

DO

Received data clock output (Digital filter used, FIFO not used)

CFIL

AIO

External data filter capacitor connection (Analog filter used)

FFIT

DO

8

CLK

DO

9

XTL/REF AIO

Crystal connection (other terminal of crystal to VSS) / External reference input

10

nRES

DO

Reset output (active low)

11

VSS_D

S

Digital VSS(connect to VSS)

12

VSS_A

S

Analog VSS(connect to VSS)

13

VSS_LNAS

LNA VSS(connect to VSS)

14

IN2

AI

RF differential signal input

15

IN1

AI

RF differential signal input

6

7

FIFO IT (active low) or serial data out for Status Read Command.
Tristate with bushold cell if nSEL=H

FIFO IT (active high) FIFO empty function can be achieved when FIFO IT level is
set to one
Clock output for the microcontroller

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16

VDD_LN S

Positive supply voltage

17

VDD _A S

Analog VDD(connect to VDD)

18

VDD_D

S

Digital VDD(connect to VDD)

19

ARSSI

AO

Analog RSSI output

20

VDI

DO

Valid Data Indicator output

Typical Application

GENERAL DEVICE SPECIFICATION
All voltages are referenced to Vss, the potential on the ground reference pin VSS.

Absolute Maximum Ratings (non-operating)
Symbol

Parameter

Min

Max

Units

Vdd

Positive supply voltage

-0.5

6.0

V

Vin

Voltage on any pin

-0.5

Vdd+0.5

V

Iin

Input current into any pin except VDD and VSS

-25

25

mA

ESD

Electrostatic discharge with human body model

1000

V

Tst

Storage temperature

125

°C

-55

Recommended Operating Range
Symbol

Parameter

Min

Max

Units

Vdd

Positive supply voltage

2.2

5.4

V

Top

Ambient operating temperature

-40

85

°C

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ELECTRICAL SPECIFICATION
(Min/max values are valid over the whole recommended operating range, typ conditions: Top = 27 °C;
Vdd = 2.7 V)
DC Characteristics
Symbol

Parameter

Conditions/Notes

Idd

Supply current

Ipd

Standby current
Low battery voltage
detector current
consumption
Wake-up timer current
consumption (Note 1)
Idle current

Ilb
Iwt
Ix
Vlb
Vlba
Vil
Vih
Iil
Iih
Vol
Voh

Low battery detect
threshold
Low battery detection
accuracy
Digital input low level
Digital input high level
Digital input current
Digital input current
Digital output low level
Digital output high level

Min

Typ

Max

Units

9
10.5
12
0.3

315 and 433 MHz bands
868 MHz band 915 MHz
band
All blocks disabled

11
12.5
14

mA
uA

0.5
1.5
Crystal oscillator and
base-band parts are ON
Programmable in 0.1 V
steps

uA
uA

3.0

mA

5.3

2.2

3.5

V
%

+-3
0.3*Vdd
Vil = 0 V
Vih = Vdd, Vdd = 5.4 V
Iol = 2 mA
Ioh = -2 mA

0.7*Vdd
-1
-1

1
1
0.4

Vdd-0.4

V
V
uA
uA
V
V

Note: Using the internal wake-up timer and counter reduces the overall current consumption, which
should permit approximately 6 months operation from a 1500mAh battery.

AC Characteristics
Symbol

Parameter

Conditions/Notes
315 MHz band, 2.5 kHz resolution

fLO

Receiver frequency

433 MHz band, 2.5 kHz resolution
868 MHz band, 5.0 kHz resolution
915 MHz band, 7.5 kHz resolution

BW

Receiver bandwidth

BR
BRA
Pmin

FSK bit rate
FSK bit rate
Receiver Sensitivity

AFCrange

AFC locking range

IIP3inh

Input IP3

IIP3outh

Input IP3

IIP3inl

IIP3 (LNA -6 dB gain)

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mode 1
mode 2
mode 3
mode 4
mode 5
With internal digital filters
With analog filter
BER 10-3, BW=67 kHz,
BR=1.2 kbps (Note 1)
?fFSK: FSK deviation in the
received signal
In band interferers in high
bands
Out of band interferers
f-fLO & gt; 4MHz
In band interferers in low

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310.24
430.24
860.48
900.72
60
120
180
240
300
360

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67
134
200
270
350
400

-109

Max

Units

319.75
439.75
879.51
929.27
75
150
225
300
375
450
115.2
256
-100

MHz

kHz

kbps
kbps
dBm

0.8*?fFSK
-21

dBm

-18

dBm

-15

dBm

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IIP3outl

IIP3 (LNA -6 dB gain)

CCR

Co-channel rejection

ACS

Adjacent channel
selectivity

Pmax

Maximum input
power
RF input impedance
real part (differential)
(Note 2)
RF input capacitance
RSSI accuracy
RSSI range
Filter capacitance for
ARSSI
RSSI programmable
level steps
DRSSI response time

Rin

Cin
RSa
RSr
CARSSI
RSstep
RSresp

bands
Out of band interferers
f-fLO & gt; 4MHz
BER=10-2 with continuous
wave interferer in the channel
BER=10-2 with continuous
wave interferer in the
adjacent channel, mode 0,
channels at 134 kHz, BR=9.6
kbps, ?fFSK=30 kHz
LNA: high gain

-12

dBm

-7

dB

23

dB

0

dBm

LNA gain (0, -14 dB)
LNA gain (-6, -20 dB)

250
500

Ohm

1
+/-5
46

pF
dB
dB
nF

6

dB

500

us

1

Until the RSSI output goes
high after the input signal
exceeds the pre-programmed
limit. CARRSI=5nF

Note 1: See the BER diagrams in the measurement results section for detailed information.
Note 2: See matching circuit parameters and antenna design guide for information.

AC Characteristics (continued)
Symbol

Parameter

Conditions/Notes

Min

Typ

Max

Units

fref

PLL reference frequency

(Note 3)

8

10

12

MHz

fres

PLL frequency resolution

Depends on selected bands

2.5

7.5

kHz

tlock

PLL lock time

Frequency error & lt; 1kHz after

20

us

10 MHz step
tst, P

PLL startup time

With running crystal oscillator

Cxl

Crystal load capacitance, see

Programmable in 0.5 pF

crystal selection guide

steps, tolerance +/-10%

Internal POR pulse width

After Vdd has reached 90% of

(Note4)

final value

tsx

Crystal oscillator startup time

Crystal ESR & lt; 100 Ohms

tPBt

Wake-up timer clock period

Calibrated every 30 seconds

tPOR

twake-up

Programmable wake-up time

Cin, D

Digital output rise/fall time

0.96
1

pF

100

ms

5

50

us

16

8.5

Digital input capacitance

tr, f

250

ms

1.08
5*10

ms
11

ms

2
15 pF pure capacitive load

pF

10

ns

Note 3: Using other than a 10 MHz crystal is not recommended because the crystal referred timing and
frequency parameters will change accordingly.
Note 4: During this period, commands are not accepted by the chip.
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CONTROL INTERFACE
Commands to the receiver are sent serially. Data bits on pin SDI are shifted into the device upon the
rising edge of the clock on pin SCK whenever the chip select pin nSEL is low. When the nSEL signal is
high, it initializes the serial interface. The number of bits sent is an integer multiple of 8. All commands
consist of a command code, followed by a varying number of parameter or data bits. All data are sent
MSB first (e.g. bit 15 for a 16-bit command). Bits having no influence (don't care) are indicated with X.
The Power On Reset (POR) circuit sets default values in all control registers.
The receiver will generate an interrupt request (IRQ) for the microcontroller on the following events:
Supply voltage below the preprogrammed value is detected (LBD)
Wake-up timer timeout (WK-UP)
FIFO received the preprogrammed amount of bits (FFIT)
FIFO overflow (FFOV)
FFIT and FFOV are applicable only when the FIFO is enabled. To find out why the nIRQ was issued, the
status bits should be read out.

Timing Specification
Symbol

Parameter

Minimum Value [ns]

tCH

Clock high time

25

tCL

Clock low time

25

tSS

Select setup time (nSEL falling edge to SCK rising edge)

10

tSH

Select hold time (SCK falling edge to nSEL rising edge)

10

tSHI

Select high time

25

tDS

Data setup time (SDI transition to SCK rising edge)

5

tDH

Data hold time (SCK rising edge to SDI transition)

5

tOD

Data delay time

10

Timing Diagram

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Control Commands
Control Word

Related Parameters/Functions

Configuration Setting

Frequency band, crystal oscillator load capacitance, baseband filter

Command

bandwidth, etc.

Frequency Setting Command

Set the frequency of the local oscillator

Receiver Setting Command

Set VDI source, LNA gain, RSSI threshold,

Wake-up Timer Command

Wake-up time period

Low Duty-Cycle Command

Enable low duty cycle mode. Set duty-cycle.

Low Battery Detector and

Set LBD voltage and microcontroller clock division ratio

Clock Divider Command
AFC Control Command

Set AFC parameters

Data Rate Command

Bit rate

Data Filter Command

Set data filter type, clock recovery parameters

Output and FIFO Command

Set FIFO IT level, FIFO start control, FIFO enable and FIFO fill enable

Note: In the following tables the POR column shows the default values of the command registers after
power on.

Configuration Setting Command

bit

15

14

13

12

11

10

9

8

7

6

5

4

3

2

1

0

POR

1

0

0

b1

b0

eb

et

ex

x3

x2

x1

x0

i2

i1

i0

dc

893Ah

b1

b0

Frequency Band [MHz]

0

0

315

0

1

433

1

0

868

1

1

915

Crystal Load

x3

x2

x1

x0

0

0

0

0

8.5

0

0

0

1

9.0

0

0

1

0

9.5

0

0

1

1

10.0

Capacitance [pF]

.............
i2

i1

i0

Baseband Bandwidth [kHz]

0

0

0

reserved

0

0

1

400

0

1

0

340

0

1

1

270

1

0

0

200

1

0

1

134

1

1

0

67

1

1

1

reserved

1

1

1

0

15.5

1

1

1

1

16.0

Bits eb and et control the operation of the low battery
detector and wake-up timer, respectively. They are
enabled when the corresponding bit is set.
If ex is set the crystal is active during sleep mode.
When dc bit is set it disables the clock output

Frequency Setting Command
bit

15

14

13

12

11

10

9

8

7

6

5

4

3

2

1

0

POR

1

0

1

0

f11

f10

f9

f8

f7

f6

f5

f4

f3

f2

f1

f0

A680h

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The 12-bit Frequency Setting Command & lt; f11 : f0 & gt; has the

The constants C1 and C2 are determined

value F. The value F should be in the range of 96 and 3903.

by the selected band as:

When F is out of range, the previous value is kept. The

Band [MHz]

C1

C2

synthesizer center frequency f can be calculated as:

315

1

31

f0 = 10 MHz * C1 * (C2 + F/4000)

433

1

43

868

2

43

915

3

30

Receiver Setting Command
bit

15

14

13

12

11

10

9

8

7

6

5

4

3

2

1

0

POR

1

1

0

0

0

0

0

0

d1

d0

g1

g0

r2

r1

r0

en

C0C1h

Bits 7-6 select the VDI (valid data indicator) signal:
d1

d0

VDI output

0

0

Digital RSSI Out (DRSSI)

0

1

Data Quality Detector Output (DQD)

1

0

Clock recovery lock

1

1

Always

g1

g0

GLNA (dB relative to max. G)

0

0

0

0

1

-14

1

0

-6

1

1

-20

Bits 5-4 LNA gain set:

Bits 3-1 control the threshold of the RSSI detector:
r2

r1

r0

RSSIsetth [dBm]

0

0

0

-103

0

0

1

-97

0

1

0

-91

0

1

1

-85

1

0

0

-79

1

0

1

-73

1

1

0

-67

1

0

1

-61

The RSSI threshold depends on the LNA gain, the real RSSI threshold can be calculated:
RSSIth = RSSIsetth + GLNA
Bit 0 (en) enables the whole receiver chain and crystal oscillator when set. Enable/disable of the wake-up
timer and the low battery detector are not affected by this setting.
Note: Clock tail is not generated when the crystal oscillator is controlled by en bit.

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Wake-Up Timer Command
bit

15

14

13

12

11

10

9

8

7

6

5

4

3

2

1

0

POR

1

1

1

r4

r3

r2

r1

r0

m7

m6

m5

m4

m3

m2

m1

m0

E196h

The wake-up time period can be calculated by M & lt; m7 : m0 & gt; and R & lt; r4 : r0 & gt; :
T wake-up = M * 2R ms

Low Duty-Cycle Command
bit

15

14

13

12

11

10

9

8

7

6

5

4

3

2

1

0

POR

1

1

0

0

1

1

0

0

d6

d5

d4

d3

d2

d1

d0

en

CCOEh

With this command Low Duty-Cycle operation can be set in order to decrease the average power
consumption. The time cycle is determined by the Wake-Up Timer Command.
The Duty-Cycle is calculated by D & lt; d6 : d0 & gt; and M. (M is parameter in a Wake-Up Timer Command.)
D.C.= (D * 2 +1) / M *100%

Low Battery Detector and Microcontroller Clock Divider Command
bit

15

14

13

12

11

10

9

8

7

6

5

4

3

2

1

0

POR

1

1

0

0

0

0

1

0

d2

d1

d0

t4

t3

t2

t1

t0

C200h

The 5-bit value T of t4-t0 determines the threshold voltage of the threshold voltage Vlb of the detector:
Vlb= 2.2 V + T * 0.1 V
Clock divider configuration:
d2

d1

d0

Clock Output Frequency [MHz]

0

0

0

1

0

0

1

1.25

0

1

0

1.66

0

1

1

2

1

0

0

2.5

1

0

1

3.33

1

1

0

5

1

1

1

10

AFC Command
bit

15

14

13

12

11

10

9

8

7

6

5

4

3

2

1

0

POR

1

1

0

0

0

1

1

0

a1

a0

rl1

rl0

st

fi

oe

en

C6F7h

Bit 0 (en) enables the calculation of the offset frequency by the AFC circuit (it allows the addition of the
content of the output register to the frequency control word of the PLL).
Bit 1 (oe) when set, enables the output (frequency offset) register Bit 2 (fi) when set, switches the circuit to
high accuracy (fine) mode. In this case the processing time is about four times longer, but the measurement
uncertainty is less than half.
Bit 3 (st) strobe edge, when st goes to high, the actual latest calculated frequency error is stored into the
output registers of the AFC block.
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Bit 4-5 (rl0, rl1) range limit: Limits the value of the frequency offset register to the following values:
rl1

rl0

Max dev [fres]

0

0

No restriction

fres:

0

1

+15/-16

315, 433MHz bands:2.5kHz

1

0

+7/-8

1

1

+3/-4

868MHz band: 5kHz
915MHz band: 7.5kHz

Bit 6-7 (a0, a1) Automatic operation mode selector:
a1

a0

0

0

Auto mode off (Strobe is controlled by microcontroller)

0

1

Runs only once after each power-up

1

0

Keep the offset only during receiving (VDI=high)

1

1

Keep the offset value independently from the state of the VDI signa

In automatic operation mode (no strobe signal is needed from the microcontroller to update the
output offset register), the AFC circuit is automatically enabled when VDI indicates a potential incoming
signal during the whole measurement cycle and the circuit measures the same result in two subsequent
cycles.
There are three operation modes, example from the possible application:
1, (a1=0, a0=1) The circuit measures the frequency offset only once after power up. This way, the
extended TX/RX maximum distance can be achieved.
Possible application:
In the final application when the user is inserted the battery the circuit measures and compensate
the frequency offset caused by the crystal tolerances. This method enables to use cheaper quartz in the
application and provide quite good protection against locking in an interferer.
2a, (a1=1, a0=0) The circuit measures automatically the frequency offset during an initial low data
rate pattern -easier to receive- (i.e.: 00110011) of the package and change the receiving frequency
according that. The further part of the package can be received by the corrected frequency settings.
2b, (a1=1, a0=0) The transmitter must transmit the first part of the packet with a step higher
deviation and later there is a possibility to reduce it.

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In both cases (2a and 2b) when the VDI indicates poor receiving conditions (VDI goes low) the
output register is automatically cleared. It's suggested to use when one receiver receives signal from
more than one transmitter.
3, (a1=1, a0=1) It is similar to the 2a and 2b modes, but 3 is suggested to use when a receiver
operates with only one transmitter. After a complete measuring cycle, the measured value is held
independently of the sate of VDI signal.

Data Filter Command

bit

15

14

13

12

11

10

9

8

7

6

5

4

3

2

1

0

POR

1

1

0

0

0

1

0

0

al

ml

1

s1

s0

f2

f1

f0

C42Ch

Bit 7 & lt; al & gt; :

Clock recovery (CR) auto lock control if set. It means that the CR start in fast mode

Bit 6 & lt; ml & gt; :

Clock recovery lock control 1: fast mode, fast attack and fast release 0: slow mode,

after locking it automatically switches to slow mode.
slow attack and slow release Using the slower one requires more accurate bit
timing (see Data Rate Command).
Bit3-4 & lt; s0 : s1 & gt; :

Select the type of the data filter:
s1

s0

Filter Type

0

0

Reserved

0

1

Digital

1

0

Reserved

Digital: this is a digital realization of an analog RC filter followed by a comparator with hysteresis.
The time constant is automatically adjusted to the bit rate defined by the Data Rate Command.
Analog RC filter: the demodulator output is fed to the pin 7 over a 10 kOhm resistor. The filter
characteristic is set by the external capacitor connected to this pin and VSS. (Suggested value for 9600
bps is 3.3 nF)
Bit 0-2 & lt; f0 : f2 & gt; : DQD threshold parameter.
Note: To let the DQD report " good signal quality " the threshold parameter should be less than 4 in the
case when the bit-rate is close to the deviation. At higher deviation/bit-rate settings higher threshold
parameter can report " good signal quality " as well.

Data Rate Command

bit

15

14

13

12

11

10

9

8

7

6

5

4

3

2

1

0

POR

1

1

0

0

1

0

0

0

cs

r6

r5

r4

r3

r2

r1

r0

C823h

The expected bit rate of the received data stream is determined by the 7-bit value R (bits r6 to r0)
and the 1 bit cs.
BR = 10 MHz / 29 / (R+1) / (1 + cs*7)
In the receiver set R according the next function:
R= (10 MHz / 29 /(1 + cs*7)/ BR) - 1
Apart from setting custom values, the standard bit rates from 600 bps to 115.2 kbps can be
approximated with small error.
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Data rate accuracy requirements:
Clock recovery in slow mode: ?BR/BR & lt; 1/(29*Nbit)
Clock recovery in fast mode: ?BR/BR & lt; 3/(29*Nbit)
BR is the bit rate set in the receiver and ?BR is bit rate difference between the transmitter and the
receiver. N is the maximal number of bit consecutive ones or zeros in the data stream. It is recommended
for long data packets to include enough 1/0 and 0/1 transitions, and be careful to use the same division
ratio in the receiver and in the transmitter.
?BR is a theoretical limit for the clock recovery circuit. Clock recovery will not work above this limit.
The clock recovery circuit will always operate below this limit independently from process, temperature,
or Vdd condition.
E.g. Supposing a maximum length of consecutive zeros or ones in the data stream is less than 5 bits,
the necessary relative accuracy is 0.68% in slow mode and 2.1% in fast mode.

Output and FIFO Mode Command
bit

15

14

13

12

11

10

9

8

7

6

5

4

3

2

1

0

POR

1

1

0

0

1

1

1

0

f3

f2

f1

f0

s1

s0

ff

fe

CE85h

Bit 4-7 & lt; f3:f0 & gt; : FIFO IT level. The FIFO generates IT when number of the received data bits reaches this
level.
Bit 2-3 & lt; s1:s0 & gt; : Set the input of the FIFO fill start condition:
s1

s0

0

0

VDI

0

1

Sync. Word

1

0

reserved

1

1

Always

Note: VDI (Valid Data Indicator) see further details in Receiver Control Word.
Bit 1: & lt; ff & gt; Enables FIFO fill after synchron word reception. FIFO fill stops when this bit is cleared.
Bit 0: & lt; fe & gt; Enables the 16bit deep FIFO mode. To clear the FIFO's counter and content, it has to be
set zero.
Note: To restart the synchron word reception bit 1 should be cleared and set.This action will initialize the
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FIFO and clear its content. Bit 0 modifies the function of pin 6 and pin 7. Pin 6 (nFFS) will become input if fe
is set to 1. If the chip is used in FIFO mode, do not allow this to be a floating input.

Reset Mode Command
bit

15

14

13

12

11

10

9

8

7

6

5

4

3

2

1

0

POR

1

1

0

1

1

0

1

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

dr

DAOOh

Bit 0 (dr): Disables the highly sensitive RESET mode. If this bit is cleared, a 600 mV glitch in the power supply
may cause a system reset. For
more detailed description see the Reset modes section.

Status Read Command:
The read command starts with a zero, whereas all other control commands start with a one.
Therefore, after receiving the first bit of the control command the RF01 identifies it as a read command.
So as the first bit of the command is received, the receiver starts to clock out the status bits on the SDO
output as follows:

Status Register Read Sequence with FIFO Read Example

It is possible to read out the content of the FIFO after the reading of the status bits. The command can be
aborted after any read bits by rising edge of the select signal.
Note: The FIFO IT bit behaves like a status bit, but generates nIRQ pulse if active. To check whether there
is a sufficient amount of data in the FIFO, the SDO output can be tested. In extreme speed critical
applications, it can be useful to read only the first four bits (FIFO IT -LBD) to clear the FFOV, WK-UP, and
LBD bits. During the FIFO access the fSCK cannot be higher than fref /4, where fref is the crystal oscillator
frequency. If the FIFO is read in this mode the nFFS input must be connected to logic high level.
Definitions of the bits in the above timing diagram:
FIFO IT

Number of the data bits in the FIFO is reached the preprogrammed limit

FFOV

FIFO overflow

WK-UP

Wake-up timer overflow

LBD

Low battery detect, the power supply voltage is below the preprogrammed limit

FFEM

FIFO is empty

DRSSI

The strength of the incoming signal is above the preprogrammed limit

DQD

Data Quality Detector detected a good quality signal

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CRL

Clock recovery lock

ATGL

Toggling in each AFC cycle

ASAME

AFC stablized (measured twice the same offset value)

OFFS6, 4-0 Offset value to be add to the value of the Frequency control word

FIFO Buffered Data Read
In this operating mode, incoming data are clocked into a 16 bit FIFO buffer. The receiver starts to fill
up the FIFO when the Valid Data Indicator (VDI) bit and/or the synchron word recognition circuit indicates
potentially real incoming data. This prevents the FIFO from being filled with noise and overloading the
external microcontroller.
For further details see the Receiver Setting Command and the Output and FIFO Command.

Polling Mode:
The nFFS signal selects the buffer directly and its content could be clocked out through pin SDO by
SCK. Set the FIFO IT level to 1. In this case, as long as FFIT indicates received bits in the FIFO, the
controller may continue to take the bits away. When FFIT goes low, no more bits need to be taken. An
SPI read command is also available.

Interrupt Controlled Mode:
The user can define the FIFO level (the number of received bits) which will generate the nFFIT when
exceeded. The status bits report the changed FIFO status in this case.

FIFO Read Example with FFIT Polling:

During FIFO access the fSCK cannot be higher than fref /4, where fref is the crystal oscillator frequency.

RX-TX ALIGNMENT PROCEDURES
RX-TX frequency offset can be caused only by the differences in the actual reference frequency. To
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minimize these errors it is suggested to use the same crystal type and the same PCB layout for the
crystal placement on the RX and TX PCBs.
To verify the possible RX-TX offset it is suggested to measure the CLK output of both chips with a
high level of accuracy. Do not measure the output at the XTL pin since the measurement process itself
will change the reference frequency. Since the carrier frequencies are derived from the reference
frequency, having identical reference frequencies and nominal frequency settings at the TX and RX side
there should be no offset if the CLK signals have identical frequencies.
It is possible to monitor the actual RX-TX offset using the AFC status report included in the status
byte of the receiver. By reading out the status byte from the receiver the actual measured offset
frequency will be reported. In order to get accurate values the AFC has to be disabled during the read by
clearing the " en " bit in the AFC Control Command (bit 0).

Power-on reset
After power up the supply voltage starts to rise from 0V. The reset block has an internal ramping voltage
reference (reset-ramp signal), which is rising at 100mV/ms (typical) rate. The chip remains in reset state while
the voltage difference between the actual Vdd and the internal reset-ramp signal is higher than the reset
threshold voltage, which is 600 mV (typical). As long as the Vdd voltage is less than 1.6V (typical)
the chip stays in reset mode regardless the voltage difference between the Vdd and the internal ramp signal.
The reset event can last up to 150ms supposing that the Vdd reaches 90% its final value within 1ms. During this
period the chip does not accept control commands via the serial control interface.
Power-on reset example:

Power glitch reset
The internal reset block has two basic mode of operation: normal and sensitive reset. The default mode is
sensitive, which can be changed by the appropriate control command (see Related control commands at the
end of this section). In normal mode the power glitch detection circuit is disabled.
There can be spikes or glitches on the Vdd line if the supply filtering is not satisfactory or the internal resistance
of the power supply is too high. In such cases if the sensitive reset is enabled an (unwanted) reset will be
generated if the positive going edge of the Vdd has a rising rate greater than 100mV/ms and the voltage
difference between the internal ramp signal and the Vdd reaches the reset threshold voltage (600 mV). Typical
case when the battery is weak and due to its increased internal resistance a sudden decrease of the current
consumption (for example turning off the power amplifier) might lead to an increase in supply voltage. If for
some reason the sensitive reset cannot be disabled step-by-step decrease of the current consumption (by
turning off the different stages one by one) can help to avoid this problem.

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Any negative change in the supply voltage will not cause reset event unless the Vdd level reaches the reset
threshold voltage (250mV in normal mode, 1.6V in sensitive reset mode).
If the sensitive mode is disabled and the power supply turned off the Vdd must drop below 250mV in order to
trigger a power-on reset event when the supply voltage is turned back on. If the decoupling capacitors keep
their charges for a long time it could happen that no reset will be generated upon power-up because the power
glitch detector circuit is disabled.
Note that the reset event reinitializes the internal registers, so the sensitive mode will be enabled again.
Sensitive Reset Enabled, Ripple on Vdd:

Sensitive reset disabled:

Software reset
Software reset can be issued by sending the appropriate control command (described at the end of the section)
to the chip. The result of the command is the same as if power-on reset was occurred. When the nRES pin
connected to the reset pin of the microcontroller, using the software reset command may cause unexpected
problems.
Vdd line filtering
During the reset event (caused by power-on, fast positive spike on the supply line or software reset command)
it is very important to keep the Vdd line as smooth as possible. Noise or periodic disturbing signal superimposed
the supply voltage may prevent the part getting out from reset state. To avoid this phenomenon use adequate
filtering on the power supply line to keep the level of the disturbing signal below 10mVp-p in the DC - 50kHz
range for 200ms from Vdd ramp start.. Typical example when a switch-mode regulator is used to supply the

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radio, switching noise may be present on the Vdd line. Follow the manufacturer's recommendations how to
decrease the ripple of the regulator IC and/or how to shift the switching frequency.
Related control commands
"Reset Mode Command"
Setting bit & lt; 0 & gt; to high will change the reset mode to normal from the default sensitive.
"SW Reset Command"
Issuing FF00h command will trigger software reset. See the Wake-up Timer Command.

CRYSTAL SELECTION GUIDELINES
The crystal oscillator of the RF01 requires a 10 MHz parallel mode crystal. The circuit contains an
integrated load capacitor in order to minimize the external component count. The internal load
capacitance value is programmable from 8.5 pF to 16 pF in 0.5 pF steps. With appropriate PCB layout,
the total load capacitance value can be 10 pF to 20 pF so a variety of crystal types can be used.
When the total load capacitance is not more than 20 pF and a worst case 7 pF shunt capacitance (C0)
value is expected for the crystal, the oscillator is able to start up with any crystal having less than 300
ohms ESR (equivalent series loss resistance). However, lower C0 and ESR values guarantee faster
oscillator startup.
The crystal frequency is used as the reference of the PLL, which generates the local oscillator
frequency (fLO). Therefore fLO is directly proportional to the crystal frequency. The accuracy requirements
for production tolerance, temperature drift and aging can thus be determined from the maximum
allowable local oscillator frequency error.

Maximum XTAL Tolerances Including Temperature and Aging [ppm]

Whenever a low frequency error is essential for the application, it is possible to "pull" the crystal to
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the accurate frequency by changing the load capacitor value. The widest pulling range can be achieved if
the nominal required load capacitance of the crystal is in the "midrange", for example 16 pF. The
"pull-ability" of the crystal is defined by its motional capacitance and C0.
The on chip AFC is capable to correct TX/RX carrier offsets as much as 80% of the deviation of the
received FSK modulated signal.
Note: There may be other requirements for the TX carrier accuracy with regards to the requirements as
defined by standards and/or channel separations.

MEASUREMENT RESULTS
BER Measurement Results

Frequency Offset Effected Sensitivity Degradation

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Input impedance
Measured input return loss on the demo boards with suggested matching circuit

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REFERENCE DESIGNS
Schematic

PCB layout

Top view

Bottom view
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Pad Opening:
Die Size:

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