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Post subject: Components for 433MHz Posted: Thu Mar 06, 2008 11:01 am


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I am an ametuer antenna and RF enthusiast. I want to build my own six channel remote controller.

Should at 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.

Please suggest!




Post subject: Posted: Thu Mar 06, 2008 8:15 pm

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Hello SOFCBeta,

LINX Technologies have pair of transmitter and receiver operating for ISM 433MHz (And other frequencies as well).

Transmitter: TXE-433-KH

Receiver: RXD-433-KH2

Their website: www.linxtechnologies.com

Good luck!



Post subject: Posted: Sun Mar 23, 2008 6:41 pm


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IR wrote:

Hello SOFCBeta,

LINX Technologies have pair of transmitter and receiver operating for ISM 433MHz (And other frequencies as well).

Transmitter: TXE-433-KH

Receiver: RXD-433-KH2

Their website: www.linxtechnologies.com

Good luck!

I 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.



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