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Subject: Re: mini adhoc networks..... need help!!!!!!
Date: Thu, 12 Dec 2002 19:05:32 +0000 (UTC)
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> I'm trying to create an ad hoc network with limited capability. I
> need to build an FSK transceiver to interface it to a serial port. I
> want to create four such nodes. I want to use a single channel for
> data communication, say at 46 or 88Mhz. I thought i could use radio
> receiver parts and design a transmitter for the recievers and try to
> integrate the whole thing. But tuning seems to be a problem.
> Furthermore i don't know how i am to interface it with a computer.
> The way i see it, i need to use an RS232/COM1/COM2 with a level
> convertor or something. I think i should be able to write the code
> and protocol myself. Does anyone have any ideas and/or schematics...
> I need lotsa help....
> ps. I have an ultra low budget.
I don't think 46, or 88Mhz are available frequencies, though I don;t know
where you live.
Unfortunately, you don't sound like you have the knowledge to pull
Even given schematics, construction and alignment is non-trivial.
For ready-made cheap RF modules, your best bet is probably to gut some
A more pertinent question might be why do you think you want wireless?
There may be other ways.
http://inquisitor.i.am/ | mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org | Ian Stirling.
"The theory of everything falls out trivially." -- Etherman, sci.physics kook.
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