Radio Modules Integrate Complete AM Transmitter

Nov. 1, 2002
Offered as singular, miniature hybrid devices, the AMRT4 and AMRT5 radio modules integrate a complete AM transmitter. The modules are designed to simplify the deployment of wireless data transmission systems and minimize overall component counts. Both

Offered as singular, miniature hybrid devices, the AMRT4 and AMRT5 radio modules integrate a complete AM transmitter. The modules are designed to simplify the deployment of wireless data transmission systems and minimize overall component counts. Both modules transmit data at rates up to 4 kHz over distances up to 230 feet. Data may be sent directly to the transmitter from a microcontroller, encoder, or CMOS/TTL source without the need for additional circuitry. Employing thick-film hybrid technology with no adjustable components, the modules offer stable operating frequencies of 315, 418 and 433.92 MHz. They operate on supply voltages from 2V to 14V with a typical power consumption of 4 mA. The AMRT4 is available in DIL packaging and the AMRT5 comes in a SIL package. Quantity pricing for either module starts at $6 each. For more details, call Sean Bailey at OKWELECTRONICS.COM, Bridgeville, PA. (800) 965-9872.

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