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1999\09\01@231654 by Matthew Ballinger

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   I'm doing a PIC based project requiring wireless operations. I need about
a 200 ft range line of site. I've used Ming's RF xmitter/recievers before,
but they don't have near the range required. Can anyone point me to another
source of these jewels other than LPRS ( I'm in America) or Linx ( don't
won't to shell out $100 for eval kit). Thanks much. Matt B

1999\09\02@012532 by Bob Wake & RenŽe McMeeken

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>     I'm doing a PIC based project requiring wireless operations. I need about
> a 200 ft range line of site. I've used Ming's RF xmitter/recievers before,
> but they don't have near the range required. Can anyone point me to another
> source of these jewels other than LPRS ( I'm in America) or Linx ( don't
> won't to shell out $100 for eval kit). Thanks much. Matt B

Try Abacom Technologies http://www.abacom-tech.com

1999\09\02@022646 by William K. Borsum

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At 11:14 PM 9/1/99 EDT, you wrote:
>    I'm doing a PIC based project requiring wireless operations. I need about
>a 200 ft range line of site. I've used Ming's RF xmitter/recievers before,
>but they don't have near the range required. Can anyone point me to another
>source of these jewels other than LPRS ( I'm in America) or Linx ( don't
>won't to shell out $100 for eval kit). Thanks much. Matt B

Using RFM's DT1200 transceivers.  About $300 for the full eval kit
including two pairs of transceivers, packet manager, the whole shebanb.
Transceiver cards alone are about $80, and the chips about $20.

As always, there are a few things they don't tell you.  If this is in your
price range, let me know, and I'll pass on a few of the gotchas.
Kelly


William K. Borsum, P.E. -- OEM Dataloggers and Instrumentation Systems
<spam_OUTborsumTakeThisOuTspamdascor.com> & <http://www.dascor.com>

1999\09\02@074012 by Nigel Orr

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At 23:14 01/09/99 EDT, you wrote:
>    I'm doing a PIC based project requiring wireless operations. I need about
>a 200 ft range line of site.

These are both in the UK, but AFAIK supply the US as well...

http://www.rfsolutions.co.uk
http://www.radiometrix.co.uk

Nigel

1999\09\02@200037 by Steve Tomes

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Try RFM.com...ASK trancievers.....HOT!


At 11:14 PM 9/1/99 EDT, you wrote:
>    I'm doing a PIC based project requiring wireless operations. I need about
>a 200 ft range line of site. I've used Ming's RF xmitter/recievers before,
>but they don't have near the range required. Can anyone point me to another
>source of these jewels other than LPRS ( I'm in America) or Linx ( don't
>won't to shell out $100 for eval kit). Thanks much. Matt B
>
>

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