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UHF/VHF wireless modules??

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mImoto

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Does anyone know where can I find a wireless module (400-450MHZ) with 1-4W of output power. All I have found is with low power.

Thanks a lot,

mimoto
 

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What for 1-4 w output power??


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look low power modules by exemple at :

hxtp://www.radiometrix.co.uk/products/bimsheet.htm

==> Licence Exempt operation in UK on 418MHz, MPT 1340 (BiM-418-F)
==> ETS 300-220 tested for European use on 433.92 MHz (BiM-433-F)


for > power request

********** LICENSE LICENSE LICENSE LICENSE !! *************

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You can add a 1 W power amplifier to the transmit section of your low power wireless module:

http://www.minicircuits.com/dg02-137a.pdf

But watch out for strong transmitter signal leakage into the receiver. Depending on your design/application, this might be a problem.
 

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It is for using them with license, so no problem.

thanks a lot,
 

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mImoto said:
Does anyone know where can I find a wireless module (400-450MHZ) with 1-4W of output power. All I have found is with low power.

Thanks a lot,

mimoto
Here you are.. Care of PCB design is of importance :p
 

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mImoto said:
Does anyone know where can I find a wireless module (400-450MHZ) with 1-4W of output power. All I have found is with low power.

Thanks a lot,

mimoto
:roll: You can find them Nowhere untill you plan to make one for your self or if ready to submit the paper work for the licenced band you own .Illegally you have got plenty of ways to make them why only 4W
you can make 20W after adding plenty of POWER almplification stages and Big heat sinks ,,,,, Hope you will not do the same with the POLICE or MILITARY allocated wireless space and if you do you wont come to elektroda any more :wink:

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