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From: "steve synakowski"
References: <email@example.com> <3DB977F9.88F464EA@zarlink.com>
Subject: Re: Sending an analog signal using RF components
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Date: Fri, 25 Oct 2002 18:05:47 GMT
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Organization: Road Runner
Right. It looks like the HP series (maybe others) of the
linxtechnologies.com units can send analog. Seems they convert analog(or
dig) to fm then retranslate at the receiver. Looked at it quickly, but you
could probably level shift the input/output to match your needs.?
"Jason Rosinski - mrd" wrote in message
> kajjeb wrote:
> > Hi,
> > I need to transmit an analog signal, ranging from 400 mV to 1V, to
> > a point 100 feet away.My signal varies constantly(Not only 400mV or
> > 1V, can also have any values in between).I also want to have the least
> > number of parts possible because of budget limitations and space
> > available.
> > I think that I have 3 possible solutions:
> > 1)Send that signal as it is.But I don't think there's a part that can
> > send an analog signal by RF??
> I don't normally post anything concerning analog electronics, so excuse
> me if this seems dumb..
> Couldn't you just use a low-power FM transmitter/reciever pair? I
> mean, the frequency deviation of the transmitted signal represents the
> magnitude of signal modulating the transmitter.
> Considering the accuracy you can get for XO's (or even TCXO's),
> wouldn't this be a good way to transmit the signal?
> Jason Rosinski
> Zarlink Semiconductor
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