Anyone using ATA8010

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Hello all,

I was looking for a sub-GHz transceiver and found the ATA8510 has most of the features I was needing (low cost, low power, multiple frequencies, preprogramed firmware, AVR core, etc).

However I could not find any review or anyone using it. The documentation is also very poor.

I wonder whether someone has tried it and could share the experience. I am quite unsure whether it is worth going down the learning curve of it without any prior information.

The ATA8520 (Sigfox), is not recommended for newdesigns anymore. Anyone know if the ATA8510 has a chance of having a similarly short lifespam?

Thanks,

Paulo.

Last Edited: Mon. Feb 3, 2020 - 08:09 PM
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Might be better off in the Wireless forums:

 

https://community.atmel.com/forums/internet-things

 

 

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maybe you can find ATA8510  from the following website

https://www.jotrin.com/product/category/Wire-Cable  and for your question  if the ATA8510 has a chance of having a similarly short lifespam? I think you can turn to the websites' engineers