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'[OT]: RF Modules'
2000\08\17@175205 by Robert Francisco

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Hello All!,

I need to wireless link two Pic devices using rs232
rotocol( bi-directional) over less than 100 feet.
Does anyone know of ready made modules? Low cost is prime factor but minimum
baud is 2400.
I know nothing about rf, preferably a simple digital i/o interface would be
best.

Thanks in advance,

Robert F.

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2000\08\17@231439 by Jack and Sue Wilker

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Robert:

   I have used Linx (http://www.linxtechnologies.com) with some success. I
use the SC series for RS232 with the recommended Holtek (difficult to find
and buy) IC's. Works pretty good for data, reasonable for audio, remember
they are half duplex transceivers. Good luck. Also, just for data, Ming
modules from DigiKey work well. Not for Rs232 however.

   JackW.

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2000\08\18@043158 by Simon Nield

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www.radiometrix.com have some nice modules

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2000\08\18@083130 by Michel Bady

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Rather try http://www.radiometrix.co.uk/index.htm

M.Bady.

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'[OT]: RF modules'
2002\05\21@155042 by Peter L. Peres
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On Tue, 21 May 2002, Alan B. Pearce wrote:

>> This NZ seems to be a mythical country ;-) They are allowed four times
>> more than others <g>. What else comes in fourfold portions in NZ ? (I
>> hope not taxes <g>)
>
>Of course it is. It is not known as "Gods Own Country" for nothing. :)

Ahem. Does HE *take* as much as he gives ? I mean TAINTSTAAFL <duck>. Do
you have hurricanes ? Giant locusts ? Tsunamis ? Anything ? Please ?

>Slightly larger than the UK for land area, and less human population than
>Scotland :)

ok, ok, I remember you said you are from there.

Peter

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2002\05\21@161612 by Eoin Ross

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Well - Tsunamis and decent sized earthquakes could occur,
we get the leftovers of cyclones (lots of rain and a decent wind), sandflies will suck your blood (mainly in swampy coastal areas - and they're only around 3mm long)

but worst of all - theres this big island to the west called Australia  ;o)
Taxes are lower in NZ than in the US - when you lump everything under "taxes" in the US thats covered by taxes in NZ

It does have it problems - but then where doesn't? We all face the same problems of trying to provide for and protect ourselves and families,
Just different places have different issues or threats and ways of dealing with it.

>>> .....plpKILLspamspam.....ACTCOM.CO.IL 05/21/02 02:29PM >>>
On Tue, 21 May 2002, Alan B. Pearce wrote:

>> This NZ seems to be a mythical country ;-) They are allowed four times
>> more than others <g>. What else comes in fourfold portions in NZ ? (I
>> hope not taxes <g>)
>
>Of course it is. It is not known as "Gods Own Country" for nothing. :)

Ahem. Does HE *take* as much as he gives ? I mean TAINTSTAAFL <duck>. Do
you have hurricanes ? Giant locusts ? Tsunamis ? Anything ? Please ?

<snip>

Peter

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2002\05\21@165924 by Peter L. Peres

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On Tue, 21 May 2002, Eoin Ross wrote:

>Well - Tsunamis and decent sized earthquakes could occur, we get the
>leftovers of cyclones (lots of rain and a decent wind), sandflies will
>suck your blood (mainly in swampy coastal areas - and they're only around
>3mm long)

Oh, you are there too. Casn't tell from the domain. Okay ;-).

thanks for the info,

Peter

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