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'[EE] through hole ZigBee parts'
2005\06\29@172133 by Kevin Olalde

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Does anyone know if any exist?  I looked at the Chipcon part (CC2420)
that MChip uses in their demo kit, but it's QLP-48.

Anyone know of a DIP part from someone else?  I saw you can buy just
the RF daughter board from MChip ($40), but I was hoping to find just
a chip.

Thanks,
Kevin


'[EE] through hole ZigBee parts'
2005\07\01@090055 by alan smith
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Kevin Olalde <spam_OUTkolaldeTakeThisOuTspamgmail.com> wrote:
Does anyone know if any exist? I looked at the Chipcon part (CC2420)
that MChip uses in their demo kit, but it's QLP-48.

Anyone know of a DIP part from someone else? I saw you can buy just
the RF daughter board from MChip ($40), but I was hoping to find just
a chip.

Thanks,
Kevin

2005\07\01@105255 by Charles Craft

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They've been running ads for these the last couple months but not orderable.
Web site says shipping in June 2005 but only the dev kit shows up.

Any idea when they will start shipping and what the price will be?

The Chipcon modules from Microchip are back ordered but they do exist.
Got a pair of them with the Zigbee dev kit from Microchip.

Seems most RF parts are small and SMT only.

Microchip says they will use the ZMD 44101 for 800 and 900 Mhz Zigbee.
Maybe you can get a thru-hole socket for it.
http://www.zmd.de/

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2005\07\01@113145 by Bradley Ferguson

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On 6/29/05, Kevin Olalde <.....kolaldeKILLspamspam@spam@gmail.com> wrote:
> Does anyone know if any exist?  I looked at the Chipcon part (CC2420)
> that MChip uses in their demo kit, but it's QLP-48.
>
> Anyone know of a DIP part from someone else?  I saw you can buy just
> the RF daughter board from MChip ($40), but I was hoping to find just
> a chip.

Highly unlikely you will find an RF part in a DIP package.  First,
there is a lot of stray capacitance and inductance in the package at
2.4GHz and second, nobody would want to buy a bulky DIP RF chip.

I would buy the module from MChip (in fact I bought the whole demo
kit).  Other options include modules from Panasonic (available through
Arrow), Helicomm, LSResearch, Millenial Net, or a ZigBee demo board
from MChip or Freescale.  ICs are available from ChipCon, Ember,
Freescale, and ZMD.

I recently ordered some SchmartBoards (http://www.schmartboard.com), which
are prototyping boards and am impressed with the quality of the
product.  Even though the name isn't very professional sounding, there
boards are very nicely done.  You can probably get a board that would
hold the RFIC, but it is unlikely (IMHO) that you will get anything to
work going that route.

Bradley

2005\07\01@173746 by alan smith

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No, sorry I dont have any info other than ive seen the dev kit.  Cute part.  Bout 1x1 square, and its a full serial uart interface.  Just send it AT commands.

I think the pricing was around $20 per, but I don't know for sure.

Charles Craft <chuckseaspamKILLspammindspring.com> wrote:
They've been running ads for these the last couple months but not orderable.
Web site says shipping in June 2005 but only the dev kit shows up.

Any idea when they will start shipping and what the price will be?

The Chipcon modules from Microchip are back ordered but they do exist.
Got a pair of them with the Zigbee dev kit from Microchip.

Seems most RF parts are small and SMT only.

Microchip says they will use the ZMD 44101 for 800 and 900 Mhz Zigbee.
Maybe you can get a thru-hole socket for it.
http://www.zmd.de/

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