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Indy R2000 Datasheet

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The Impinj® Indy®R2000 UHF Gen 2 RFID reader chip is a highly integrated, high-performance, low power, SiGe BiCMOS device for EPC Gen2 / ISO18000-63 (formerly 18000-6C) applications. The R2000 can also be programmed to support ISO18000-6B, iPico and iP-X protocols; however, the current reference design does not support these protocols. The Indy R2000 reader chip supports a zero intermediate frequency (ZIF) architecture in the worldwide UHF industrial, science, and medical (ISM) band. The Indy R2000 reader chip comprises all of the RF and baseband blocks to interrogate and receive data from compatible RFID tags, specifically:

  • Industry leading modem architecture uses modern digital signal processing which ensures high read reliability
  • Self-jammer cancellation circuitry (market exclusive technology, ensures read reliability even with high antenna reflections)
  • Fully integrated voltage controlled oscillator (VCO) with world wide RFID coverage
  • Integrated Power Amplifier (PA)
  • High compression point quadrature downconverting mixer
  • Integrated RF envelope detectors for forward and reverse power sense
  • Integrated multipurpose Analog-to-Digital Converts (ADCs) and Digital-to-Analog Converters (DACs)
  • Configurable digital baseband
  • High speed synchronous serial bus or 4-bit parallel bus control

When used in the Indy R2000 Development Platform, which includes an example protocol processor and radio control implementation, the result is a fully functional UHF Gen 2 RFID reader with market leading performance.


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