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RF96 Datasheet(PDF) 25 Page - HOPE Microelectronics CO., Ltd.

Part No. RF96
Description  Low Power Long Range Transceiver
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Maker  HOPE [HOPE Microelectronics CO., Ltd.]
Homepage  https://www.hoperf.com/
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RF96/97/98
Tel: +86-755-82973805
Fax: +86-755-82973550
E-mail: sales@hoperf.com http://www.hoperf.com
WIRELESS & SENSING
PRELIMINARY
DATASHEET
Forward error correction is particularly efficient in improving the reliability of the link in the presence of interference. So that
the coding rate (and so robustness to interference) can be changed in response to channel conditions - the coding rate can
optionally be included in the packet header for use by the receiver. Please consult Section 4.1.1.6 for more information on
the LoRaTM packet and header.
4.1.1.4. Signal Bandwidth
An increase in signal bandwidth permits the use of a higher effective data rate, thus reducing transmission time at the
expense of reduced sensitivity improvement. There are of course regulatory constraints in most countries on the
permissible occupied bandwidth. Contrary to the FSK modem which is described in terms of the single sideband
bandwidth, the LoRaTM modem bandwidth refers to the double sideband bandwidth (or total channel bandwidth). The range
of bandwidths relevant to most regulatory situations is given in the LoRaTM modem specifications table (see Section 2.4.5).
Bandwidth
(kHz)
Spreading Factor
Coding rate
Nominal Rb
(bps)
7.8
12
4/5
18
10.4
12
4/5
24
15.6
12
4/5
37
20.8
12
4/5
49
31.2
12
4/5
73
41.7
12
4/5
98
62.5
12
4/5
146
125
12
4/5
293
250
12
4/5
586
500
12
4/5
1172
Note
In the lower band (169 MHz), the 250 kHz and 500 kHz bandwidths are not supported.
4.1.1.5. LoRa
TM
Transmission Parameter Relationship
With a knowledge of the key parameters that can be controlled by the user we define the LoRaTM symbol rate as:
Rs = -----
W
---
2SF
where BW is the programmed bandwidth and SF is the spreading factor. The transmitted signal is a constant envelope
signal. Equivalently, one chip is sent per second per Hz of bandwidth.




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