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'[PIC]: rfPIC?'
2002\02\18@233225 by Daniel Webb

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> I'm curious to know if anyone has played with the rfPIC? It seems like
> there is a lot of interest in making RF products with PIC's and this
> seems like an interesting approach.

 I'm interested in these too, now that I know they exist.  Digikey
doesn't have very many of them, and they are around $12, which makes them
a little less attractive to me.

 Do you know any good very-low-cost rf communicating (at *any* speed) PIC
circuits?

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2002\02\19@105725 by Martin Peach

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> > I'm curious to know if anyone has played with the rfPIC? It seems like
> > there is a lot of interest in making RF products with PIC's and this
> > seems like an interesting approach.
>
>   I'm interested in these too, now that I know they exist.  Digikey
> doesn't have very many of them, and they are around $12, which makes them
> a little less attractive to me.

...and they are transmitters, so the receiver has to be something else...

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2002\02\19@124719 by Lawrence Lile

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Specifically what could be used to hack together a quick reciever for an
rfPIC?  anybody know of a simple module?

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2002\02\20@034710 by Alan B. Pearce

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>Specifically what could be used to hack together a quick reciever
>for an rfPIC?  anybody know of a simple module?

Well the advertising blurb I have seen indicate they operate at 300 and
something MHz, and 433MHz, so I guess any remote control receiver that
operates in these bands would do it. The Microchip web page shows
310-480MHz.

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2002\02\20@122435 by WEBB,TIM (A-Sonoma,ex1)

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Check out this site:

http://www.micrel.com/product-info/qwikradio.shtml



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>Specifically what could be used to hack together a quick reciever
>for an rfPIC?  anybody know of a simple module?

Well the advertising blurb I have seen indicate they operate at 300 and
something MHz, and 433MHz, so I guess any remote control receiver that
operates in these bands would do it. The Microchip web page shows
310-480MHz.

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2002\02\20@130936 by dbengtson

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Doing some quick reading through the data sheets, it looks like the
Micrel or Digital wireless radio's could work with these rfPIC's. The
downside is that they are otp only, no flash parts available. I
suspect that the development costs are pretty high for this, since you
would need to also FCC/UL Certify products that these go in.

Dave


On Wed, 20 Feb 2002 10:22:09 -0700, you wrote:

>Check out this site:
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>http://www.micrel.com/product-info/qwikradio.shtml
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