Wireless technology continues to transform our everyday lives, bringing convenience and putting things closer within reach. We come in contact with countless wireless electronics daily, from our cell phones, TV remote controllers and garage door openers to the security badge that grants us access into our offices. New standards continue to flood the wireless market, requiring design engineers to find solutions with lower power consumption, better RF performance, more memory and better security. Atmel recently introduced the new ATmegaRFR2 family of single-chip wireless MCUs for 2.4GHz ISM band applications, addressing all these requirements. This feature-rich, single-chip wireless family consumes 50 percent less power than the previous offering. Designers can meet demanding customer requirements while reducing their overall bill of materials and enjoying more design flexibility and board space. The family is compliant with the IEEE 802.15.4 standard and various ZigBee implementations.
Learn more about how the ATmegaRFR2 can meet your wireless design requirements.