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[DPRG] RF RS-232 Modules

Subject: [DPRG] RF RS-232 Modules
From: Mike McCarty jmccarty at ssd.usa.alcatel.com
Date: Fri Feb 8 16:43:10 CST 2002

On Fri, 8 Feb 2002, Rodent wrote:

> They make modules on two different frequencies -- just get one RX / TX pair
> on each frequency. Of course LYNX or someone similar has some transceivers
> that are fairly decently priced also. You would have use a 3rd pin to switch
> modes or fabricate and automatic rx / tx switch.
> For wireless debugging all you need is a transmitter on the robot and a
> receiver on the PC. It gets much more complicated if you want to do wireless
> programming.

What I see is that, unless one orders a special part, there is only one
frequency available. In Europe, that frequency is 869.85 MHz, and in
North America that frequency is 914.5 MHz.

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