The BiM2 is a half duplex radio transceiver module for use in high-speed bi-directional data transfer applications at ranges up to 200 meters.
The module operates on the European licence exempt frequency of 433.92MHz and conforms to the relevant sections of EN 300 220-3 and EN
The small footprint of 23 x 33mm and low profile of 4mm together with low power requirements of <20mA @ 3 to 5 Volts enable convenient PCB
installation. The high raw data rate capability of 64kbit/s and fast state change times will support high data throughput in streaming
applications or alternatively allows very short air time utilization (TX on < 10 ms) in multi-node scanning networks.
The module combines full screening with extensive internal filtering for EMC - minimising spuriousradiations and susceptibilities. The KTX2 module
will suit wireless control links in applications includingcar and building security and secure unidirectional remote process control. Because of
the small size andlow power requirement the module is ideal for use in portable, battery-powered devices such as hand-heldremote controls requiring
data integrity and high security.
The NTX2B transmitter and NRX2B receiver offer a low power, reliable data link in a Radiometrix SIL standard pin out and foot print. This makes the NTX2/NRX2B
pair ideally suited to those low power applications where existing single frequency wideband UHF modules have insufficient range.
Leading RF module designer and manufacturer Radiometrix Ltd, has launched a new range of highly flexible, frequency programmable, RF power adjustable radios.
The new NTX2B Transmitter offers industry-leading true Narrow Band FM performance and is available on user/factory programmable custom frequencies
between 425MHz and 470MHz. Superseding the popular NTX2, the new transmitter offers greater stability and improved performance due to VCTCXO reference.
The NTX2B provides users with the ability to dynamically re-program the module via microcontroller UART to other channel frequencies in the band or
store new frequency/power settings on EEPROM.
The SP2 is a self-contained plug-on radio port which requires only a simple antenna, 5V supply and a byte-wide I/O port on a host microcontroller
(or bi-directional PC port). The module provides all the RF circuits and processor intensive low level packet formatting and packet recovery
functions required to interconnect an number of microcontrollers in a radio network.
A data packet of 1 to 60bytes downloaded by a Host microcontroller into the SP2's packet buffer is transmitted by the SP2's transceiver and
will "appear" in the receive buffer of all the SP2's within radio range.
A data packet received by the SP2's transceiver is decoded, stored in a packet buffer and the Host microcontroller signaled that a valid packet
is waiting to be uploaded.
The TR2M transceiver module offers a low power, reliable data link in an industry-standard pin out and footprint. This makes the TR2M ideally suited to
those low power applications where existing wideband modules have insufficient range, or where multi-channel operation is needed. Two versions are
available, covering the 458.5-459.1MHz UK band (at 100mW) and the European 433.05-434.79MHz band (at 10mW)
The TX2A is a data link modules are a miniature PCB mounting UHF radio transmitter and receiver pair which enable the simple implementation
of a data link at up to 64 kbps at distances up to 75 meters.
Available for operation at 433.92MHz, 434.42MHz and 869.85MHz in the UK and Europe, both modules combine full internal filtering to ensure EMC compliance
by minimising spurious radiations and susceptibilities. The TX2S/TX3S module will suit one-to-one and multi-node wireless links in applications including
car and building security, EPOS and inventory tracking, remote industrial process monitoring and computer networking. Because of it’s small size and
low power requirements, it is ideal for use in portable, battery-powered wireless devices such as remote control key fob.