Narrow band evaluation
The narrow band evaluation kit from Radiometrix can be used by design engineers to evaluate all products in the company's portfolio of narrow band multi-channel and single-frequency modules.
Radio modules can be assessed for their suitability in terms of many different attributes, including operating range, functionality, reliability and robustness in a multi-user environment with several other modules set up on different channels.
The kit can aid the engineer in finding many of the more difficult obstacles that occur during the development of a wireless system. It can be used to identify noise and interference sources, as well as helping to ascertain what type of antenna should be used.
It consists of a controller board and carrier boards according to which modules are required. (Modules are ordered separately.) The choice of modules is: NRX2, NRX1, LMR2, RLC2 and RX1, receiver products and their TX1M, TX2M/RX2M, TLC2, TX1, TX1H, NTX2, HX1, HVR2 and LMT2 transmitter counterparts, as well as the TR2M, BiM1, NiM2, SMX1 and SMX2 transceiver products.
With one kit assigned as transmitter and another as receiver, a small-scale implementation can be quickly set up. The RS232 serial port interface offers the possibility of being used as a 1200 baud dumb modem.
Access to each data and control pin allows for external interface or testing.
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