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ATMEL RF MODUL USING ATA8203/ATA8204/ATA8205

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The ATA8203/ATA8204/ATA8205 is a multi-chip PLL receiver device supplied in an SSO20
package.It has been specially developed for the demands of low-cost RF transmission systems
at data rates of 1 kbit / s to 10 kBbit / s in Manchester or Bi-phase code.Its main
applications in the areas of aftermarket keyless entry systems and tire pressure monitoring
telemetry systems, / remote control applications for industrial consumers, home entertainment
systems, access control and security technology systems.Can be used on the receive frequency of
range of f0 = 312.5 MHz to 317.5 MHz, f0 = 431.5 MHz to 436.5 MHz or 868 MHz to f0 =
870 MHz for ASK or FSK data transmission.All statements below refer to 315 MHz,
433 MHz and 868.3 MHz applications.

The PLL generates the frequency of the FLO unit for mixer using a fully integrated synthesizer with
low-noise integrated LC-VCO (Voltage Controlled Oscillator) and PLL-loop filter.The XTO (crystal
oscillator) generates the reference frequency FREF = fXTO / 2 (868 MHz and 433 MHz versions)
or FREF = fXTO / 3 (version 315 MHz).The integrated LC VCO generates two or four times the
frequency mixer unit fVCO.The I / Q signals for the mixer are generated with a divide by two or
four circuit (OLF = fVCO / 2 for the version of 868 MHz, FLO = fVCO / 4 to 433 MHz and 315 MHz versions).
fVCO is divided by a factor of 128 and 64 and is fed into a phase frequency detector and compared
with FREF.Output of phase frequency detector is introduced into an integrated circuit filter
and therefore generates the control voltage to the VCO.If it is determined FLO fXTO can be calculated
using the following formula:
FLO/128 FREF = 868 MHz, FREF = fLO/64 for 433 MHz fLO/64 FREF = 315 MHz
bands.

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