A transmitter (Tx) and a receiver (Rx) within a single chip typically refer to components in wireless communication devices. The transmitter encodes data, modulates it into a suitable signal, amplifies it, and sends it via an antenna. The receiver, on the other hand, uses an antenna to capture the incoming signal, amplifies and filters it, demodulates it to extract data, performs error correction, and makes the data available for use. This integration saves space and energy, making it suitable for compact and energy-efficient wireless devices. Here is a related post for you: https://www.avaq.com/technology/lms7002m-lime-microsystems-datasheet-features-and-price-2023
September 20, 2023
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