MiWi click is a subgigahertz radio transceiver click board™, which offers a reliable FSK or OOK communication solution, with the maximum data rates of 40kbps and 16kbps, respectively. The radio transceiver module used on this click board™ has plenty of features that make it a perfect choice for compact designs: It has very good reception sensitivity, an onboard PCB antenna, high level of components integration, built in packet handling routines with automatic CRC generation, 64 bytes of transmit/receive FIFO buffer, built in Sync Word recognition, clock/data synchronisation and recovery and many more.
Armed with such a powerful, compact and fully configurable radio transceiver module, MiWi click offers highly reliable radio communication over a short distance, which can be utilized in many applications. It can be used for developing home/industrial/building automation applications, data loggers, applications for remote keyless access, alarms, wireless remote control and a wide variety of similar short-range radio applications.
Note: This click board complies with European (ETSI EN 300-220) regulatory standards. For the United States (FCC Part 15.247 and 15.249) regulatory standards compliant click board, please visit the product page of the MiWi 2 click.
|Type||RF Sub 1GHz|
|Applications||MiWi click can be used for developing home/industrial/building automation applications, data loggers, applications for remote keyless access, alarms, wireless remote control and a wide variety of similar short-range radio applications.|
|On-board modules||MRF89XAM8A, a compact low-power sub-gigahertz radio transceiver module from Microchip|
|Key Features||MiWi click is a compact low power subgigahertz transceiver, loaded with functions such as automatic packet handling, CRC generation, 64 bytes long FIFO buffer, great reception, clock/data recovery, clock signal synchronization...|
|Click board size||L (57.15 x 25.4 mm)|
We provide a library for MiWi click on our Libstock page, as well as a demo application (example), developed using MikroElektronika compilers and mikroSDK. The provided click library is mikroSDK standard compliant. The demo application can run on all the main MikroElektronika development boards.
Other MikroElektronika libraries used in the example: