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    Looking for a transceiver chip that operates at 1.5 V

    Re: Transceiver 1,5 V Ok thanks. :D Try even if these batteries instead of 1.55 V with 1.4 V:cry:
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    Looking for a transceiver chip that operates at 1.5 V

    Re: Transceiver 1,5 V Now I use 2x D389 Duracell button battery Silver Oxide. I would need batteries smaller! :idea:
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    Looking for a transceiver chip that operates at 1.5 V

    Re: Transceiver 1,5 V Please write some link productors batteries zink-air Thanks
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    Looking for a transceiver chip that operates at 1.5 V

    Re: Transceiver 1,5 V As I said to 3 V I have a circuit (CC1000 TI), But I must use power for 2 from 1.5V alkaline batteries. I tried to use a single lithium battery 3V (with the same size of a button battery from 1.5 V) but the problem is that lithium has not current and transmission after a...
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    Looking for a transceiver chip that operates at 1.5 V

    Hello, I designed a transceiver to 433 MHz using a CC1000 and a PIC, works well but I would reduce the size. Looking for a transceiver chip that operates at 1.5 V To use only a battery alkaline button to 1.5 V. You know some product? Thanks

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