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Radio Frequency IO

MICREL wireless chips, 300 mhz AM only and you only need a ceramic resonator and a few outboard parts-they are cheap, use low power and run at 3 Vcc. They are made for data transmission up to 300 feet.

A simple RF Transmitter for digital data

Manchester encoding.

PIC Microcontoller RF I/O Methods

Cybiko Wireless PDA / Game : A complete RF data design / platform for pennies

Low power RF links +e.g. LoRaWan

Bluetooth@ Pagers@ Cellular@ WirelessLANs@ GPS@


See also:

microwave PWB layout tips +

general circuit design +

David A Cary of Motorguide Pinpoint Says: " general circuit design " +


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