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1997\02\10@025043 by D. and S. Ebsen

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I need to link(RF or microwave) two 16c84's for one-way serial coms.
Range only needs to be ~ 5 ft, baud => 1200.  I would prefer a single
chip if possible with no external inductor, preset frequency is fine.
Could someone point me in the right dirrection?     Thanks, Dave Ebsen.

1997\02\10@032029 by Gvran Mvrk

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D. and S. Ebsen wrote:
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> I need to link(RF or microwave) two 16c84's for one-way serial coms.
> Range only needs to be ~ 5 ft, baud => 1200.  I would prefer a single
> chip if possible with no external inductor, preset frequency is fine.
> Could someone point me in the right dirrection?     Thanks, Dave Ebsen.
What about 300 THz? (Infrared). Siemens, Temic, Novalog, Rohm and HP has
transcievers fulfilling your requirements.
Goran Mork

1997\02\10@081537 by Luigi Rizzo

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> > I need to link(RF or microwave) two 16c84's for one-way serial coms.
> > Range only needs to be ~ 5 ft, baud => 1200.  I would prefer a single
> > chip if possible with no external inductor, preset frequency is fine.
> > Could someone point me in the right dirrection?     Thanks, Dave Ebsen.
> What about 300 THz? (Infrared). Siemens, Temic, Novalog, Rohm and HP has
> transcievers fulfilling your requirements.

have you tried to get them in less than 10K quantities (of course, not
bundled in some high-price product which uses them)

       Luigi
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1997\02\10@123604 by Zack Cilliers

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Hi there!

Have a look at this site rfsolutions.co.uk/rf_prods/rf_prods.html
I am sure this is what you are looking for.

Zack
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There is just us.

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> From: D. and S. Ebsen <ebsendsmspamKILLspamINAV.NET>
> To: .....PICLISTKILLspamspam.....MITVMA.MIT.EDU
> Subject: WIRELESS LINK FOR 2 PICS
> Date: Monday, February 10, 1997 9:51 AM
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> I need to link(RF or microwave) two 16c84's for one-way serial coms.
> Range only needs to be ~ 5 ft, baud => 1200.  I would prefer a single
> chip if possible with no external inductor, preset frequency is fine.
> Could someone point me in the right dirrection?     Thanks, Dave Ebsen.

1997\02\10@145957 by radyan

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D. and S. Ebsen wrote:
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> I need to link(RF or microwave) two 16c84's for one-way serial coms.
> Range only needs to be ~ 5 ft, baud => 1200.  I would prefer a single
> chip if possible with no external inductor, preset frequency is fine.
> Could someone point me in the right dirrection?     Thanks, Dave Ebsen.

Hello Dave,
Two years before i develop Remote Control transmitter/receiver
for Car Alarm Security system based on PIC-16C56 (TX) and PIC-16C57 (RX)
for comercial company Spetrotec LTD.
The RF frequency is 300 MHz.
Data : Near 1200 baud transmition
Range : About 30 meters
The software can be installed also on 16x84. If you are interested then
reply to me
personaly to my E-Mail address for further information.
Bye,
Radik Yanai

1997\02\11@030335 by Gvran Mvrk

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Luigi Rizzo wrote:
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> > > I need to link(RF or microwave) two 16c84's for one-way serial coms.
> > > Range only needs to be ~ 5 ft, baud => 1200.  I would prefer a single
> > > chip if possible with no external inductor, preset frequency is fine.
> > > Could someone point me in the right dirrection?     Thanks, Dave Ebsen.
> > What about 300 THz? (Infrared). Siemens, Temic, Novalog, Rohm and HP has
> > transcievers fulfilling your requirements.
>
> have you tried to get them in less than 10K quantities (of course, not
> bundled in some high-price product which uses them)
>
>         Luigi
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> Luigi Rizzo                  |  Dip. di Ingegneria dell'Informazione
> email: EraseMEluigispam_OUTspamTakeThisOuTiet.unipi.it    |  Universita' di Pisa
> tel: +39-50-568533           |  via Diotisalvi 2, 56126 PISA (Italy)
> fax: +39-50-568522           |  http://www.iet.unipi.it/~luigi/
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Farnell Components (http://www.farnellcomponents.com) lists the HP
HDSL-1000 at approx.7USD in single quantities. The Temic and Siemens
parts TFDS4000 and IRM3105 are better, and I'm sure you could find
distributors also for these parts.
Goran Mork

1997\02\12@042511 by lmclaren

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D. and S. Ebsen wrote:
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> I need to link(RF or microwave) two 16c84's for one-way serial coms.
> Range only needs to be ~ 5 ft, baud => 1200.  I would prefer a single
> chip if possible with no external inductor, preset frequency is fine.
> Could someone point me in the right dirrection?     Thanks, Dave Ebsen.

Can you get Elektor magazine, There are a nubmer of ads for wirless
modems etc.

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