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Is there a IC/circuit for RF receiver thats micropowered?

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7rots51

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micropower receiver ??

Hi

Is there a IC or circuit for RF receiver that is micropower(consumes less than 50 uA current)?

(it is better its frequency be at 433MHZ,900mhz or 2.4ghz)

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Hi!

Try to use max1470 receiver in pulse mode. While in power-down mode it takes only 1.25 uA, and 5.5 mA in operation mode. It has short start-up time 250 uS, so you can achive average current less than 50 uA in pulse wait mode. Frequency is 250 to 500 MHz.

http://www.maxim-ic.com/quick_view2.cfm/qv_pk/3104

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thanks ,it is good way!

Is there any ways??
 

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