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Wireless MCUs Support 2.4GHz and Sub-1GHz Bands

Texas Instruments has revealed plans to add 16 new wireless MCUs, to be released throughout 2021. With the Simplelink product family expansion, embedded system developers can go from a Sub-1GHz or 2.4GHz product with 352KB of flash up to 704KB of flash while maintaining the same package footprint and application programming interfaces.

The news was announced via a TI blog post “Seamlessly connect your world with 16 new wireless MCUs for the 2.4-GHz and Sub-1-GHz bands,” by TI’s Kevin Koestler.

The table includes details of the 16 new devices.

Part number Description Supported technologies Flash memory SRAM + cache memory
CC1312R7 Sub-1 GHz wireless MCU Wi-SUN
Amazon Sidewalk
TI 15.4 Stack
Proprietary radio frequency (RF)
704 kB 152 kB
CC1352P7 Multiprotocol and multiband wireless MCU with an integrated power amplifier Wi-SUN
Amazon Sidewalk
Zigbee
Thread
Bluetooth Low Energy 5.2
TI 15.4 Stack
Proprietary RF
704 kB 152 kB
CC2652R7 Higher memory, multiprotocol wireless MCU Matter
Bluetooth Low Energy 5.2
Bluetooth Mesh
Zigbee 3.0
Thread
Proprietary 15.4
704 kB 152 kB
CC2652P7 Higher memory, multiprotocol wireless MCU with an integrated power amplifier Matter
Bluetooth Low Energy 5.2
Bluetooth Mesh
Zigbee 3.0
Thread Proprietary 15.4
704 kB 152 kB
CC2672R3 Multiprotocol and multiband wireless MCU Zigbee Sub-GHz
Bluetooth Low Energy 5.2
352 kB 88 kB
CC2672P3 Multiprotocol and multiband wireless MCU with an integrated power amplifier Zigbee Sub-GHz
Bluetooth Low Energy 5.2
352 kB 88 kB
CC2652RSIP 7-mm-by-7-mm system-in-package wireless module Bluetooth Low Energy 5.2
Bluetooth Mesh
Zigbee 3.0
Thread Proprietary 15.4
352 kB 88 kB
CC2652PSIP System-in-package module with integrated power amplifier Bluetooth Low Energy 5.2
Bluetooth Mesh
Zigbee 3.0
Thread Proprietary 15.4
352 kB 88 kB
CC1311R3 7-mm-by-7-mm low-cost, single-protocol Sub-1 GHz wireless MCU Mioty
TI 15.4 Stack
Proprietary RF
352 kB 40 kB
CC1311R3 5-mm-by-5-mm low-cost, single-protocol Sub-1 GHz wireless MCU in a smaller package with 22 general-purpose input/outputs Mioty
TI 15.4 Stack
Proprietary RF
352 kB 40 kB
CC1311P3 Low-cost, single-protocol Sub-1 GHz wireless MCU with an integrated power amplifier Mioty
TI 15.4 Stack
Proprietary RF
352 kB 40 kB
CC2651R3 7-mm-by-7-mm low-cost, single-protocol wireless MCU Bluetooth Low Energy 5.2
Bluetooth Mesh
Zigbee 3.0
Thread
Proprietary 15.4
352 kB 40 kB
CC2651R3 5-mm-by-5-mm low-cost, single-protocol wireless MCU Bluetooth Low Energy 5.2
Bluetooth Mesh
Zigbee 3.0
Thread
Proprietary 15.4
352 kB 40 kB
CC2651P3 7-mm-by-7-mm low-cost single-protocol wireless MCU with an integrated power amplifier Bluetooth Low Energy 5.2
Bluetooth Mesh
Zigbee 3.0
Thread
Proprietary 15.4
352 kB 40 kB
CC2651P3 5-mm-by-5-mm low-cost single-protocol wireless MCU with an integrated power amplifier Bluetooth Low Energy 5.2
Bluetooth Mesh
Zigbee 3.0
Thread
Proprietary 15.4
352 kB 40 kB
CC2651R3SIPA System-in-package module with integrated antenna Bluetooth Low Energy 5.2
Bluetooth Mesh
Zigbee 3.0
Thread
Proprietary 15.4
352 kB 40 kB

Texas Instruments | www.ti.com

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Wireless MCUs Support 2.4GHz and Sub-1GHz Bands

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