低于 1 GHz 特色应用

Building Automation

Sub-1 GHz products enable complete, secure and low power solution for monitoring and controlling intelligent buildings. TI's SimpleLink wireless MCU solutions allow you to quickly develop your next security and safety system to achieve maximum performance and integration.

Why select Sub-1 GHz for building automation:

  • Excellent RF performance in Sub-1GHz band providing indoor and outdoor coverage
  • Best in class low power modes and features enable 10+ years battery life on coin cell
  • Scalable network that supports up to 50 devices from a single gateway
  • Dual-band solution adding Bluetooth low energy to your Sub-1Ghz end nodes allowing smart phone access for easy commissioning, configuration or diagnostic
  • Small 4x4mm package providing integration the size of your finger tip
  • Royalty free software solution based on 802.15.4e/g standard with built in security

See our end to end reference design demonstrating how to connect sensors to the cloud over a long-range Sub-1 GHz wireless network with Linux gateway solution:

Sub-1 GHz sensor to cloud with industrial IoT Gateway TI Design

Building Automation

Motion Detector

Motion detectors sense a person's movement and presence in a room or zone, and are often used as an input device to building security or lighting control systems. Sub-1 GHz enhances these detectors by cutting the cord while providing 10 year operation on a coin cell battery.

Source Featured TI Design Key Product
Reference Design Low Power Wireless PIR Motion Detector Reference Design Enabling 10 Year Coin Cell Battery Life CC1310
Blog How to build a fully managed and scalable long-range network with low-power nodes
White Paper Bringing Wireless Scalability to intelligent sensing applications

Door & Window Sensor

Wireless sensors can be used to monitor the open or close status of doors and windows. Enabling Sub-1 GHz can dramatically increase a sensor's battery life compared to other wireless protocols. The SimpleLink CC1350 dual-band (Sub-1 GHz + BLE) wireless MCU allows you to connect other devices like keypads or commission new sensors to the security system seamlessly.

Source Featured TI Design Key Product
Reference Design Interrupt-Based Ambient Light and Environment Sensor Node for Sub-1GHz Networks Reference Design CC1310
Energy Harvesting Ambient Light and Environment Sensor Node for Sub-1GHz Networks Reference Design CC1310/CC1350
Video Why Sub-1 GHz + BLE? CC1350
Blog How to build a fully managed and scalable long-range network with low-power nodes
White Paper Bringing Wireless Scalability to intelligent sensing applications

Smoke and Heat Detector

Wireless smoke and heat detectors benefit from the low power and long range capabilities of Sub-1 GHz, reducing the need to replace batteries and lowering maintenance costs in commercial and residential buildings. TI offers royalty-free 15.4-Stack and TI-RTOS software to help develop robust and secure Sub-1 GHz devices.

Source Featured TI Design Key Product
Reference Design Energy Harvesting Ambient Light and Environment Sensor Node for Sub-1GHz Networks Reference Design CC1310/CC1350
Connected Home Network with Sub1GHz Reference Design CC1120
Interrupt-Based Ambient Light and Environment Sensor Node for Sub-1GHz Networks Reference Design CC1310
Video SimpleLink CC1350 Sub-1 GHz and BLE LaunchPad development kit software example CC1350
Blog Real-time temperature sensing with dual-mode connectivity CC1350
How to build a fully managed and scalable long-range network with low-power nodes
White Paper Bringing Wireless Scalability to intelligent sensing applications

Smart Grid

Sub-1 GHz enables the future of Smart Grid through advanced metering, smart grid communications, and grid management.

Why choose Sub-1 GHz when developing your Smart Grid solution?

  • Sub-1 GHz bends and penetrates through barriers and buildings with high sensitivity
  • Enable one-way or secure two-way communication
  • Maximizes number of end points serviced, reducing utility costs
  • Decrease maintenance costs through low power consumption and support for energy harvesting
  • Seamless integration for standards like SigFox and wM-Bus

Smart Grid

Electricity Meters

Implementing Sub-1 GHz for residential, commercial, and industrial meters allow companies to cut the cord and monitor wirelessly. Sub-1 GHz’s technology can go through objects like walls and machinery with high sensitivity for accurate and reliable readings.

Source Featured TI Design Key Product
Reference Design Hybrid RF and PLC Reference Design Extends Network Coverage and Reliability CC1310
Sub-1 GHz CC1120-CC1190 BoosterPack™ Reference Design for the SIGFOX Network CC1120
Extending Network Coverage and Reliability with Standards-based Protocols Reference Design CC1310
Product Bulletin Complete Wireless M-Bus Solution CC11xx/CC120x
Blog Sub-1 GHz + Bluetooth® low energy and low-power MCUs help make meter reading automatic CC1350
Solution Guide Smart Grid & Energy Solutions Guide

Heat Cost Allocators

Sub-1 GHz enabled heat cost allocators can be used in multiple rooms and buildings, connecting to one or more distant gateways. This can reduce implementation, monitoring and maintenance costs. TI's Sub-1 GHz solutions also have support for wM-Bus and SigFox with references for implementation.

Source Featured TI Design Key Product
Reference Design Heat Cost Allocator With wM-Bus at 868 MHz CC1310
Multiband (169, 433 and 868MHz) wM-Bus RF sub-system with Segmented LCD Reference Design CC1120
Power Solution for Battery Operated Meters With 30-dBm wM-Bus at 169 MHz Reference Design CC1120
Matched Precision Temperature Sensing Reference Design for Heat Cost Allocators CC1310
Sub-1 GHz CC1120-CC1190 BoosterPack™ Reference Design for the SIGFOX Network CC1120
Blog Sub-1 GHz + Bluetooth® low energy and low-power MCUs help make meter reading automatic CC1350