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Post subject: TI/Chipcon CC1100 and chip antenna
Posted: Tue Jun 13, 2006 2:53 pm
 
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Thanks in advance for your help.

I'm trying to use the CC1100/CC1150 in a keyfob (keychain). Does anyone know if I need to match antennas like the Tricome chip antennas (or even a PCB trace antenna)? http://www.tricome.com/Products/Product_01.asp

Can anyone just comment on how to hook up a chip antenna to a differential output chip like the CC1100/CC1150/CC2500/CC2550? If I need to match the antenna, what is the easiest piece of equipment to do it with. I have access to just about anything.

I want to use 433MHz to get further distance than the CC2500 2.4GHz.

Thanks!
Jamie




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