Ultra-Small MICS Band Module to Enable Short Range Wireless Connectivity in Low Power Implantable Medical Devices

LBAA0PC1RMH298 MICS Band Module from Murata

LBAA0PC1RMH298 is an ultra-small MICS band module is the latest addition made by Murata to its Type 1RM family of ultra-small Medical Implant Communication System (MICS) band radio modules. Measuring 8.6 x 5.6 x 1.7 mm, this module is one of the smallest and most highly integrated solutions currently on the market. It utilizes the 402-405 MHz frequency band, supports a 128 kbps data rate and can cover a communication range of up to 2m.


The newly introduced module is designed for use in devices with data-intensive wireless capabilities that are used to diagnose, monitor, report, and provide warnings in support of human life. Its typical applications include insulin, drug, and baclofen pumps, as well as arrhythmia and bladder monitors.


The standout feature of this module is that it concisely bundles several technological components and ICs into one miniature package. The module has a very low power budget with a sleep state current consumption of just 0.2 µA and offers elevated performance.


Key Features of LBAA0PC1RMH298 Module

  • Communication range: up to 2 meters
  • Compact size: 8.6 x 5.6 x 1.7 mm
  • Ultra-low current consumption: 0.2uA Sleep State
  • High Data Rate: 128 kbps
  • Operating frequency: 402-405 MHz band



  • 402MHz - 405MHz MICS Band Radio Module
  • Chipset: TI CC1101
  • Programmable output power up to 7 dBm
  • Receiver Sensitivity: -92 dBm @ 250KBaud, 1% packet error rate
  • Current Consumption
  1. TX: 16.0mA @ -3dBm output power
  2. RX: 16.0mA @1.2KBaud
  • Sleep state: 0.2uA
  • Voltage Input: 3.0V
  • Antenna: external antenna
  • Dimension: 8.6 x 5.6 x 1.7 mm
  • Operating Temp: 0°C to +55° C
  • High Data Rate: 128 kbps
  • Host Interface: SPI

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