|Subject:||[RFI] interesting new device|
|From:||Tom Cox <email@example.com>|
|Date:||Thu, 05 Feb 2004 11:41:48 -0500|
Here's an interesting new, one-chip data radio that could cause us some grief, but might also represent some opportunities for experimenting:
Registration may be required, but this is an interesting site. I recommend it.
" Oslo, Norway -- Providing global wireless equipment vendors with 430-950MHz transceiver technology with unsurpassed solution cost, performance, and ease of use, Nordic VLSI ASA <http://www.rfglobalnet.com/ecommcenters/nordicvlsi.html> today introduced the nRF9E5 transceiver with MCU and ADC, as well as the nRF905 transceiver. The nRF9X5 components are designed for wireless transceiver applications in industrial as well as domestic environments. Typical usage includes security systems, wireless data transfer, automatic meter reading, car alarm systems, point-of-sale systems, sensors, and various telemetry systems."
Additional features of the nRF905:
* 430-928MHz operation * 100KHz frequency resolution @ 430MHz * 200KHz frequency resolution @ 862-928MHz * 1.9 - 3.6V voltage supply * 0 - 50Kbit/sec datarate * Programmable up 10dBm output power * CRC and address decode * ShockBurst mode * 12.5mA Peak RX current * Clock recovery on data * -40 to +85°C temperature range
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73, Tom, KT9OM
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