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Chipset or a set of modules? Which to use?

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tromeros

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Hi to all,
I want to design a communication system in order to get some measurements. I can either buy the required chips and connect them on a pcb or buy the items as modules and connect them via coaxial cable.
Which solution do you think is better and why?
Thanks in advqnce for your help.
 

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The 2nd option(with coaxial cable) is better because a whole module including PCB can minimize the time required for debugging the PCB wiring. If you have experience, you would totally agree.
 

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