Radio Transceiver. PBA31301 Datasheet
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The Bluetooth Radio PBA 313 02/1 from Infineon
Technologies is a long-range microwave frequency
radio transceiver for Bluetooth communication
Provided in a compact LGA package, the
PBA 313 02/1 is intended primarily for embedded
applications and applications requiring a flexible
form factor. No external shield is required. This
solution enables extremely low height
With the addition of only an antenna, a reference
frequency crystal, and digital control functionality,
the PBA 313 02/1 forms a complete radio. As a
result, designers can benefit from a pre-tested and
ready-to-use device, providing a robust Bluetooth
Radio function in the final OEM application.
The Bluetooth Radio offers a combination of com-
pact size, low power consumption, and cost effec-
tive assembly – with the radio IC and some major
components of the radio integrated into the circuit.
This makes it ideal for Bluetooth communications
in both mobile and stationary applications.
The PBA 313 02/1 is built around a BiCMOS ASIC,
and the antenna filter, RX and TX baluns are all
integrated into the circuit.
■ RF output power class 1
■ Compliant with Bluetooth specification 1.1
■ Forms a complete radio with only
– an antenna
– a 10–20 MHz reference frequency
■ On board output power control
■ Small outline LGA-package (11.8×11.8×1.6 mm)
■ Requires no external shielding
■ Requires no external RF design
■ Access points
■ Mobile phones
Note: The Bluetooth trademarks are owned by Bluetooth SIG,
Inc. and used by Infineon Technologies under license.
PBA 313 02/1
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Reference clock frequency
Receiver sensitivity level
Supply Voltage VCC
Supply Voltage VCC_PA
Maximum Temperature range
PBA 313 02 is a long-range microwave frequency radio trans-
ceiver for Bluetooth communication links that are designed to
operate in the globally available unlicensed ISM frequency
band, 2.4–2.5 GHz.
Fast frequency hopping (1600 channel hops/s) with 79 chan-
nels (2.402 to 2.480 GHz) and a maximum TX & RX bit rate of
The implemented modulation technique is Gaussian Fre-
quency Shift Keying (GFSK) with a BT product of 0.5. The
channel bandwidth is 1 MHz and the frequency deviation is
between 140 and 175 kHz.
Operating from a 2.8 V supply voltage, the device has a typical
supply current requirement of only 60 mA (receive mode) or
150 mA (transmit mode), thus helping to extend battery life for
A standby mode provides further power savings.
Operating together with a Bluetooth Baseband using Bluetooth
Core from Ericsson is recommended.
50 Ohm Bluetooth ISM band antenna (2.4-2.5 GHz).
The Bluetooth Radio is built around a BiCMOS ASIC. Antenna
filter, RX and TX baluns are all integrated into the ceramic
The Bluetooth Radio from Infineon Technologies may be
ordered as: PBA 313 02/1.
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