I’m trying to receive a low data-rate OOK signal in the 910-920 MHz range with an RFBee. Thus far I’m having trouble picking up the signal but I’m wondering if I’m receiving data that’s corrupt. I read a post on the TI CC1101 forums that folks were seeing corrupt data at bitrates of < 38k baud. The solution was supposedly to have an xtal with a tolerance of 10ppm. Now I’m working at 2400 or 9600 baud.
What’s the tolerance of the xtal used in the RFBee?
Also, the CC1101 datasheet suggests a 27 MHz crystal for frequencies above 869 MHz. Any thoughts on how much this could affect the bit error rate?
Thanks in advance.