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GPS 8001 BT, Beidou, RF IC IP

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Description

The 8001 is a fully integrated single RF transceiver designed for Bluetooth, GPS and Beidou. The chip includes a fully integrated receiver path, transmit path, frequency synthesizer, programmable gain-controlled analog baseband and standard digital interface. It is compliant with Bluetooth 2.1+EDR , Bluetooth 3.0 and Bluetooth 4.0 with low power digital direct modulation TX path and linear IQ TX path. A integrated PA delivers up to + 4dBm (Class 2). For GNSS reception, the configurable core can receive the traditional GPS L1/Galileo E1 (1575.42MHz) as well as the GLONASS G1 (1603.5MHz), and Compass B1-1 (1561.098MHz) and B1-2 bands (1589.792MHz). A configurable analog baseband filter and versatile fractional PLL allows dual band reception of GPS/Galileo and Beidou or GPS/Galileo and GLONASS.

Features

  • Low-IF receiver with complex bandpass filter for Bluetooth RX
  • Low-Power digital modulation and IQ direct conversion TX architecture
  • Fast-lock PLL supporting Bluetooth frequency hopping
  • On-chip DC-offset cancellation and image rejection calibration circuitry
  • Integrated PA delivering up to +4dBm with connection for external PA
  • 70dB dynamic range RSSI
  • Fully integrated fractional-N synthesizer with low phase noise VCO
  • Supporting a wide range of low cost crystal from 10MHz-52MHz
  • IF gain settings can be digitally controlled by SPI or controlled by filtered analog voltage of PWM signal generated by the baseband.
  • 3-wire serial interface
  • Single 2.7V to 3.6V power supply with integrated 1.8V regulation
  • Low current consumption: 30/35mA for Bluetooth RX/TX and 20mA for GPS/Beidou
  • TSMC 180 CMOS
  • Small QFN-48 package
  • Deliverables

  • Pakaged Devices
  • KGD - Konown Good Die
  • GDSII - silicon IP
  • Ported to any fab/node

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