Infineon Technologies AG Datasheets for Radio Receiver ICs

Radio receiver ICs support worldwide radio band requirements, including frequency modulation (FM), FM radio data system (RDS), amplitude modulation (AM), long wave (LW), short wave (SW), and weather bands.
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Product Name Notes
Wireless Control Receiver -- TDA5225
Wireless Control Receiver -- TDA5235
Wireless Control Receiver -- TDA5240
It sounds like a contradictory combination, yet this is what is more and more requested from your receiver design: long range, low energy consumption and flexible adaptation to customer requirements.
Wireless Control Receiver -- TDA5200 The IC is a very low power consumption single chip ASK Single Conversion Receiver for receive frequencies bands 868-870 MHz and 433-435 MHz. The IC offers a high level of...
Wireless Control Receiver -- TDA5201 The IC is a very low power consumption single chip ASK Single Conversion Receiver for receive frequencies between 310 MHz and 350 MHz. The Receiver offers a high level of...
Wireless Control Receiver -- TDA5221 The IC is a very low power consumption single chip FSK/ASK Superheterodyne Receiver (SHR) for the frequency band 300 to 340 MHz. The IC offers a high level of integration...
Wireless Control Receiver -- TDA7200 The IC is a very low power consumption single chip FSK/ASK Superheterodyne Receiver (SHR) for the frequency band 400 to 440 MHz. The IC offers a high level of integration...
Wireless Control Receiver -- TDA5220 The IC is a very low power consumption single chip FSK/ASK Superheterodyne Receiver (SHR) for the frequency bands 810 to 870 MHz and 400 to 440 MHz. The IC< offers...
Wireless Control Receiver -- TDA5210 The IC is a very low power consumption single chip FSK/ASK Superheterodyne Receiver (SHR) for the frequency bands 810 to 870 MHz and< 400 to 440 MHz that is pin...
Wireless Control Receiver -- TDA5211 The IC is a very low power consumption single chip FSK/ASK Superheterodyne Receiver (SHR) for the< frequency band 310 to 350 MHz that is pin compatible with the ASK Receiver...