RF transmitter

  • 23-Dec-2008 03:54 EST

Atmel offers its AVR microcontroller-based RF transmitter family ATA577x for remote keyless entry (RKE) applications. The new devices are system-in-package (SiP) or multi chip module (MCM) solutions incorporating Atmel’s AVR microcontroller ATtiny44V and the RF transmitter T5750/53/54. Covering all worldwide frequencies, the 5 x 5 mm (0.20 x 0.20 in) QFN24 packages allow the creation of extremely small cost-efficient key fob designs. The ATA577x family is suitable for high-volume, uni-directional RF RKE car keys with a separate immobilizer transponder.
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