Drop-in RF module

Wednesday, 05 November, 2003 | Supplied by: Electronic Development Sales Pty Ltd


XEMICS' drop-in RF module, DP1201A 433 MHz, has been designed to facilitate the development of wireless communication applications and to reduce the time to market as it can be soldered directly onto a PCB.

No external components (excluding an antenna) are required. The module incorporates onboard antenna matching, making integration straightforward even for engineers lacking previous RF experience. For higher flexibility, depending on the application one or two antennas can be connected to the drop-in module.

Features include: no RF knowledge required; small form factor - 20 x 20 mm; direct digital interface; fully assembled and tested; in tray for automatic assembly; operating frequency of 433.92 MHz; output power of 2.5 dBm; sensitivity - 107 dBm at 4.8 Kbps; current consumption - Rx = 6 mA; and current consumption - Tx = 113.5 mA.

Online: www.edsales.com.au
Phone: 02 9496 0500
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