ZHCSHB9E January 2018 – July 2019 CC1352R
The CC1352R device has several internal system clocks.
The 48 MHz SCLK_HF is used as the main system (MCU and peripherals) clock. This can be driven by the internal 48 MHz RC Oscillator (RCOSC_HF) or an external 48 MHz crystal (XOSC_HF). Radio operation requires an external 48 MHz crystal.
SCLK_MF is an internal 2 MHz clock that is used by the Sensor Controller in low-power mode and also for internal power management circuitry. The SCLK_MF clock is always driven by the internal 2 MHz RC Oscillator (RCOSC_MF).
SCLK_LF is the 32.768 kHz internal low-frequency system clock. It can be used by the Sensor Controller for ultra-low-power operation and is also used for the RTC and to synchronize the radio timer before or after Standby power mode. SCLK_LF can be driven by the internal 32.8 kHz RC Oscillator (RCOSC_LF), a 32.768 kHz watch-type crystal, or a clock input on any digital IO.
When using a crystal or the internal RC oscillator, the device can output the 32 kHz SCLK_LF signal to other devices, thereby reducing the overall system cost.