Tag Archive: Silicon Labs

Nov 23

HID-USB-TO-IR-RD (#2) Other Sensing Solutions : Gesture Control via USB

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Click On Preview Summary Silicon Labs’ plug and play HID USB to IR reference design demonstrates the ease of use and versatility of the CP2112 USB bridge and Si1143 proximity sensor devices. The HID USB to IR reference design responds to pre-defined touchless swipe gestures (left, right, up and down) using the Si1143 QuickSense™ proximity …

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Nov 21

ENERGY-HARVEST-RD(#3) Transceivers – TXRX :RF Sensor Node, Solar Power

Click On Preview Summary The purpose of this reference design is to demonstrate an ultra low power wireless sensor, powered from an energy harvesting source. This application is typical of systems which wake periodically to measure and transmit results. Since it is powered from an energy harvesting source, no batteries need to be replaced for …

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Nov 20

EZR-LEDK2W-915 Transceivers – TXRX : EZRadio Link, 915 MHz

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Click On Preview Summary The Silicon laboratories Si4455 EZRadio Two-Way Link Demo Kit (P/N EZR-LEDK2W-XXX) contains everything you need to familiarize yourself with and evaluate the Si4455 transceiver. The kit has three versions: one for the 434 MHz band, one for the 868 MHz band, and one for the 915 MHz band. The key features …

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Nov 19

EZR-LEDK1W-434 Transceivers – TXRX : EZRadio Remote Control, 434MHz

Click On Preview Summary The Silicon Laboratories EZRadio Remote Control Demo Kit (P/N EZR-LEDK1W-XXX) contains everything you need to familiarize yourself with and evaluate the Si4010 RF SoC transmitter and the Si4355 receiver. The kit has three versions: one for the 434 MHz band, one for the 868 MHz band, and one for the 915 …

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Nov 14

ENERGY-HARVEST-RD(#2) Battery Chargers :Solar Thin Film Battery

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Click On Preview Summary The purpose of this reference design is to demonstrate an ultra low power wireless sensor, powered from an energy harvesting source. This application is typical of systems which wake periodically to measure and transmit results. Since it is powered from an energy harvesting source, no batteries need to be replaced for …

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