Part Number: CC430F5137IRGZ

Manufacturer: Texas Instruments


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Technical Specifications of CC430F5137IRGZ

Datasheet  CC430F5137IRGZ datasheet
Category RF/IF and RFID
Family RF Transceiver ICs
Manufacturer Texas Instruments
Packaging Tube
Part Status Active
Type TxRx + MCU
RF Family/Standard General ISM < 1GHz
Modulation 2FSK, 2GFSK, ASK, MSK, OOK
Frequency 300MHz ~ 348MHz, 389MHz ~ 464MHz, 779MHz ~ 928MHz
Data Rate (Max) 500kBaud
Power – Output 13dBm
Sensitivity -117dBm
Memory Size 32kB Flash, 4kB SRAM
Serial Interfaces I2C, IrDA, JTAG, SPI, UART
Voltage – Supply 2 V ~ 3.6 V
Current – Receiving 15mA ~ 18.5mA
Current – Transmitting 15mA ~ 36mA
Operating Temperature -40°C ~ 85°C
Package / Case 48-VFQFN Exposed Pad

CC430F5137IRGZ Description

There are numerous devices in the TI CC430 series of ultra-low-power system-on-chip (SoC) microcontrollers with integrated RF transceiver cores, each with a distinct peripheral designed for a particular purpose. The architecture is optimized to achieve longer battery life in portable measuring applications when paired with five low-power modes. The devices’ robust MSP430 16-bit RISC CPU, 16-bit registers, and constant generators help them run code as efficiently as possible. The CC430 family provides tight integration between the microcontroller core, its peripherals, software, and resulting in genuine SoC solutions that are user-friendly RF transceiver,  and perform well.

The CC430F61xx series is a line of microcontroller SoC combinations that combines the superior performance of the cutting-edge CC1101 sub-1 GHz RF transceiver with the MSP430 CPUXV2, up to 32KB of in-system programmable flash memory, up to 4KB of RAM, two 16-bit timers, one that is high-performance and has 12 bits of resolution and 8 inputs  and internal temperature and battery sensors on CC430F613x devices,

The CC430F513x series is a microcontroller system-on-chip (SoC) that integrates a state-of-the-art CC1101 sub-1 GHz RF transceiver with the MSP430 CPUXV2, up to 32KB of internal programmable flash memory, up to 4KB of random-access memory (RAM), a high-performance 12-bit ADC with six external inputs in addition to internal temperature and battery sensors,

Detailed Description

With its 16-bit RISC architecture, the MSP430 CPU is quite discreet. There are seven addressing modes for the source operand and four for the destination operand, and all operations (aside from program flow instructions) are registered operations. In order to speed up the processing of instructions, the CPU incorporates 16 registers. One clock cycle of the central processing unit is required to complete a register-to-register operation.

The four R0 through R3 registers are used for specific purposes: program counters, stack pointers, status registers, and constant generators. The rest of the registers can be used for a variety of purposes. Data, address, and control buses are used to link the central processing unit to its peripheral devices.

All commands will be understood by the peripherals. There are 51 basic instructions in the set, each of which comes in one of three forms and seven address modes, plus extra instructions to accommodate the larger address space. Word and byte data can be processed by each instruction.

● Sub-1 GHz Radio

The implemented CC1101-based sub-1 GHz radio module relies on a minimum of ancillary parts.

A low-IF receiver is included in the radio. A low-noise amplifier (LNA) boosts the incoming radio-frequency (RF) signal before it is down-converted in quadrature to an IF (IF). The I/Q signals are digitized at the IF stage. Demodulation bits, fine channel filtering, and packet synchronization are all executed digitally, as is automatic gain control (AGC). The RF transmission section is a direct-synthesis implementation. In receive mode, the I and Q LO signals for the downconversion mixers are generated by the frequency synthesizer, which consists of an on-chip LC VCO and a 90° phase shifter. The synthesizer and ADC and digital component clocks are all generated by the 26-MHz crystal oscillator. Data access, configuration, and status queries are all handled by the CPU using a memory-mapped register interface. Channel configuration, packet handling, and data buffering are all features of the digital baseband.

● Operating Modes

Aside from its single active mode, the CC430 can be set to one of five low-power modes via software. A device in any of the low-power modes can be woken by an interrupt event, put through the request processing, and then put back to sleep.

Bootloader (BSL) (BSL) Through the BSL, users can utilize a selection of serial ports to write to the flash memory or RAM. The necessary pins are detailed in Table 6-3. The device’s memory is protected against BSL access by a password set by the user. The RST, NMI, SBWTDIO, and TEST, SBWTCK pins must be pressed in a predetermined order to enter BSL. For an exhaustive breakdown of the BSL’s capabilities and how they’re put into practice.

JTAG Operation

● JTAG Standard Interface

Four signals are used for communication when using the standard JTAG interface, which is supported by the CC430 series. All of the JTAG signals can be used for other purposes as well. To activate the JTAG signals, the TEST/SBWTCK pin must be set to “high.” Connecting to MSP430 development tools and device programmers necessitates these signals in addition to the RST/NMI/SBWTDIO.

● Spy-Bi-Wire Interface

The CC430 family not only offers the more common JTAG interface, but also the simpler Spy-Bi-Wire interface that only requires two wires.

● DMA Controller

Moving data from one memory address to another is possible thanks to the DMA controller, which doesn’t require CPU involvement. The peripheral modules’ throughput can be improved by employing the DMA controller. Since the CPU doesn’t have to be awakened to transfer data to or from a peripheral, system power consumption is cut down by the DMA controller.

● Watchdog Timer (WDT_A)

The watchdog timer is responsible for resetting the system in a controlled manner whenever an error occurs in the software. When the predetermined amount of time elapses, a reset signal is sent. The timer can be set up as an interval timer to trigger interrupts at predetermined intervals if the watchdog feature is not required by the application.


Use the Texas Instruments CC430F5137IRGZ application processor to provide your gadgets enough storage and computing power. The temperature range for this component is between -40 and 85 degrees Celsius. It can reach speeds of up to 20 megahertz (MHz). Typically, a supply voltage range of 2.5–3.3 V is required to operate this device. A supply voltage of 1.8 V is required for operation, with a maximum of 3.6 V. A 16-bit CPU is used here. It has a 12-bit analog-to-digital converter (ADC). It has 32 kilobytes of flash memory for its software.

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