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433MHz transmitter/receiver

Discussion in 'Electronic Design' started by markp, Feb 13, 2004.

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  1. markp

    markp Guest

    Hi All,

    Has anyone used these 433 MHz 433MHz transmitter/receivers before?
    http://www.oatleyelectronics.com/

    The quoted sensitivity of -155db seems too good to be true, as is the
    transmission distance (but that is quoted at 18db, i.e. around 64mW. You can
    only use 10mW in Europe).

    Any thoughts?

    Mark.
     
  2. rick

    rick Guest

    Are you talking about the RX434? The blurb quotes sensitivity at
    155dBm, which is about 3 TeraWatts - that's one DEAF receiver!
    Alternatively, click on the link to the pdf...sensitivity is
    now -115dBm, which is a little more credible.
     
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