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From: Kevin McMurtrie
Subject: Re: DS or Frequency Hopping Spread Spectrum (900Mhz) Radio or Design to Purchase?
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Date: Sat, 05 Oct 2002 07:07:11 GMT
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In article ,
"Duane" <email@example.com> wrote:
>I am looking for a DS or FH spread spectrum radio-on-a-chip/PCB or a design
>that can be purchased. I do not want to have to reinvent the wheel. The
>specifications for the radio are:
>1. Inexpensive (around $10 in 5K quantities)
>2. Enough power to communicate 1 mile line of sight.
>3. Low power consumption.
>Has anyone ran into anything/one that would fit this bill? Are there
>companies around that are willing to sell a complete design? Or books that
>explicitly explain to the circuit/component level as well as the firmware
>All help would be appreciated.
>To reply via E-mail please remove the underscore at the beginning my email
All the phones I've seen using this feature have a small transceiver
daughter card. I'd bet Motorola sells some.
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