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Post subject: Components for 433MHz Posted: Thu Mar 06,
2008 11:01 am
Joined: Wed Mar 05, 2008 4:52
I am an ametuer antenna and RF enthusiast.
I want to build my own six channel remote controller.
least be having a range of 200mt.
Can any body suggest me Encoder
decoder pairs and the corresponding RF transmitter and reciver components?
Prefer to operate at 433MHz.
Post subject: Posted: Thu Mar 06, 2008 8:15
Joined: Mon Jun 27, 2005 2:02 pm
have pair of transmitter and receiver operating for ISM 433MHz (And
other frequencies as well).
Their website: www.linxtechnologies.com
Post subject: Posted:
Sun Mar 23, 2008 6:41 pm
Joined: Sun Mar 23,
2008 5:59 pm
Location: Lafayette, CO
LINX Technologies have pair of transmitter and
receiver operating for ISM 433MHz (And other frequencies as well).
have used LINX in the past, and they are okay. You might want to add
some 270pF caps on the power supply lines (SRF at ~433MHz), and ESD
protection on then antenna input, if you are going in mass production.
If you are only building a couple modules, don't worry about it.
Roll your own filter today!