From: Jim Thompson
Subject: Re: Motorcycle helmet HUD (low-power wireless)
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Date: Wed, 02 Oct 2002 00:01:36 GMT
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On 1 Oct 2002 23:27:43 GMT,
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Entitled: "Re: Motorcycle helmet HUD (low-power wireless)",
Wrote the following:
|In sci.electronics.design firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
|: Got any ideas? There has to be an off-the-shelf transmit/receive pair
|: that is relatively cheap and has eight serial input/output lines. The
|: receiver should be very low power, yet be able to drive the LEDs
|: directly. The transmitter and the Tx antenna should be fairly small,
|: and the receiver and the Rx antenna should be tiny.
|Something like the MING Rx/Tx pair would work, but these are quite large
|and draw a little too much current for my use. Motorola has what looks
|like a fantastic new radio-on-a-chip for this purpose, the MC13190,
|but I'm not sure how easy it would be to interface to a Holtek decoder
|I'm still hoping there's an out-of-the-box solution. Suggestions?
How about something as simple-minded as a IR remote control repeater?
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