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The ISM (Industrial, Scientific and Medical) bands are open frequency bands, varying by region, that allow for operation without a license. These are also know as the unlicensed bands. In North America, these bands are the 260 ~ 470MHz, 902 ~ 928MHz, and 2.4GHz, among others. The 2.4GHz band is also utilized for worldwide operation. As a basis for unlicensed operation, these bands are often hosts for standardized and proprietary protocols such as WiFi, Bluetooth, ZigBee, Z-Wave, etc.


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  • 260 ~ 470 MHz
  • 860 ~ 960MHz
  • 2.4 ~ 2.5GHz

Linx ISM Transceiver IC for 315MHzLT Series Transceiver
The Linx Technologies LT Series offers bi-directional communication in the 260 ~ 470MHz ISM band. The transceiver is capable of generating +10dBm into a 50ohm load and achieves an outstanding typical sensitivity of -112dBm. The module allows for the transparent transfer of serial data at rates of up to 10kbps over distances of up to 3,000 feet from virtually any data source, including microcontrollers and transcoder chips.

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Arteflex Power Amplifier ModuleModules for ISM
Modules can help reduce your overall design time by providing a proven RF design, and many provide a complete solution with the networking functionality also programmed into the device.

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Micrel Transceiver IC for 410~450 MHz FSKTx/Rx ICs for ISM
The ISM bands include 260~470MHz, 902~928MHz and 2.4GHz. An RF Transmitter/Receiver/Transceiver can simplify your design by providing a complete RF solution requiring few external components.

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260 ~ 470 MHz

260 ~ 470MHz for ISM260~470MHz for ISM:
The 260~470 MHz band is an unlicensed band in the US, and specific frequencies are available for use in different countries. Check local regulations for which frequencies are unlicensed for use in your area. In the US this band is controlled by the operation limits specified in CFR Title 47 part 15.231.


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860 ~ 960MHz

860 ~ 960MHz for ISM860~960MHz for ISM:
The 860~960MHz band is popular in many countries due to the fact you can send almost any analog or data signal. More specifically, the 902~928MHz band in the US and the 868MHz band in the EU. The 902~928MHz band is an ISM band in the US, but check local regulations to see which frequencies are unlicensed to use in your area.
In the US, this frequency band is regulated by CFR Title 47 Part 15.247.

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2.4 ~ 2.5GHz

2.4 ~ 2.5GHz for ISM 2.4~2.5GHz for ISM:
The 2.4GHz band is a popular ISM (Industrial, Scientific and Medical) band worldwide. Multiple channels are available depending on your region. Some popular applications used in this band include Bluetooth, WiFi/WLAN, and IEEE 802.15.4-based solutions. This band is limited for operation in the US under FCC CFR Title 47 Part 15.247 and 15.249 (Radiated Power Limits).

Reference Design:
CC85XX-CC2590EM Reference Design

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