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Supplier: Instrumentation Northwest, Inc.
Description: Radio Frequency Units Operating on the 900 MHz radio band, the radio frequency modems are license free. Consuming very little power, they run for months on alkaline batteries or virtually forever on solar systems. Communication range varies from 300 feet to 5 miles, depending on line-of-sight
Supplier: Badger Meter
Description: data is passed to the utility billing system. One automatic meter reading system can manage and read both water and gas meters. Utilizes an FCC non-licensed radio frequency band Transmits latest meter reading every 4-5 seconds, allowing data collector to maintain normal speed limits Communicates
- Signal Inputs: DC Voltage, Frequency
- Form Factor: Stand Alone / Benchtop
- User Interface: Front Panel and Display, Hand-held / Remote Programmer, Computer Programmable
- Connection to Host: Radio / Telemetry, Other, RS232/422/485
Supplier: KOBOLD Instruments, Inc.
Description: , Non-Interacting Zero and Span Adjustment The KOBOLD series NRF-1W cable radio frequency level transmitter is designed to measure water levels within in-ground pipes of 3/4â€ ID and larger. All wetted surfaces are PFA and 316 Stainless Steel. The flexible segmented weight facilitates the ease
- Meter Technology: Radio Frequency
- Meter Technology: Radio Frequency
- Media Type: Liquid
- Level Measurement Type: Continuous Level
Supplier: North Hills Signal Processing Corp.
Description: Preps signal for a passive radio-frequency suppression filter
- Transformer Types / Applications: RF Transformer, Other, Balun Transformer
- Center Tap Options: Secondary Side Only
- Package Type: Other
- Transformer Category: Signal / RF Transformer
Supplier: Campbell Scientific, Inc.
Description: computers, and the RS-232 port still allows them to be connected to our current dataloggers. Networks can include a mix of the RF430-series and RF401-series radios. The RF430 spread-spectrum radio has a 910- to 918-MHz operating frequency range, which is used in America and Canada. Spread-spectrum radios
- Form Factor: External
- Bus / Interface Type: Serial Ports (RS232, RS422, RS485), Other
- Frequency Band: 900 MHz
- Radio Technique: Frequency Hopping Spread Spectrum
Supplier: Motorola Solutions, Inc.
Description: The APX 7500 multi-band radio delivers instant interoperability into the hands of mission critical first responders. Motorola's fourth generation P25 mobile radio is capable of multi-band interoperability and can operate in any two of the following frequency bands (700/800 MHz ,VHF, UHF Range 1
Supplier: Howard Computers
Description: MR350R two-way radios use both Family Radio Service (FRS) and General Mobile Radio Services (GMRS) frequencies for more channel combinations and better connections. The large buttons make the MR350R easy to operate with your gloves on. Among its many features: 20 unique call tones, access to government
Supplier: Microchip Technology, Inc.
Description: The rfRXD0420/0920 are low cost, compact single frequency short-range radio receivers requiring only a minimum number of external components for a complete receiver system. The rfRXD0420 covers the receive frequency range of 300 MHz to 450 MHz and the rfRXD0920 covers 800 MHz to 930 MHz
- Supply Voltage: 2.5 V, 2.7 V, 3 V, 3.3 V, 3.6V, 5 V, Other
- Technology: ZigBee®
- Device Type: Receiver
- Interface: Other
Description: Detailed Features Meets JIS8 submersible standards Rugged speaker microphone with channel, Up/Down, scan and 16/9 Keys Shorter Chassis Design allows for more versatile installation Large and easy to read full dot matrix display All USA, Canadian and International marine channels Frequency
Supplier: Addo Enterprises, Inc.
Description: and IP54/55 standard for shock, rain, humidity, salt, fog sand/dust, high and low temperature. RDX Series is compatible with the CLS, XTN and AX series and other radios operating on the same frequency and code. This durable two-way radio is ideally suited for construction, electrical, manufacturing
Standards and Technical Documents - 1128-1998 - IEEE Recommended Practice for Radio-Frequency (RF) Absorber Evaluation in the Range of 30 MHz to 5 GHz -- 10.1109/IEEESTD.1998.87821
Description: for radiated emissions and radiated susceptibility testing of electronic products, in the absorber manufacturer and/or absorber user environment, over the frequency range of 30 MHz to 5 GHz.
Supplier: Block USA, Inc.
Description: Current loading 0.42 - 3.36 A Long-term thermal resistance 130°C (class B) May be tinned >350 °C Wire diameter 15 x 0.1 - 120 x 0.1 mm Effective Cross-section 0.118 - 0.943 mm2 Varnish insulated radio frequency copper braid for the production of coils and windings in the radio
Supplier: Robot MarketPlace (The)
Description: , your radio will neither sustain interference from – nor cause interference to – any other 2.4GHz device worldwide. And that applies, of course, to its simultaneous operation near other 2.4GHz RC radios as well. DX6i frequencies are so much higher than those of conventional RC channels
Supplier: AvaLAN Wireless Systems, Inc.
Description: AvaLAN’s AW900F Industrial Wireless Ethernet and Serial Radio uses the latest in FHSS (Frequency Hopping Spread Spectrum) technology to deliver long range, high speed, secure wireless networking at significantly lower cost. The AW900F radios include a built-in web browser interface
- Form Factor: External
- Network Type: Ethernet
- Bus / Interface Type: RJ-45, Serial Ports (RS232, RS422, RS485)
- PoE Ready: Yes
Supplier: Morgan Advanced Materials
Description: Ceramic Power Capacitors can be defined as capacitors suitable for Radio Frequency use with reactive powers greater than 1kVA, rated currents greater than 1A rms and rated voltage greater than 700V. Applications include Radio Broadcast Transmitters Antenna Units Induction and dielectric heating
- Electrostatic Capacitors: Ceramic
Supplier: Solid Signal
Description: The GRECOM GRE PSR-200u desktop scanner is a great entry-level home base model for those who do not need digital or trunking capability.This upgraded radio has 200 channels in 10 banks and band coverage of the public safety and air bands in the 30-512 range only. ● 200 Channels Memories
Supplier: Triad Magnetics
Description: D e s c r i p t i o n Common-mode choke coils are useful in a wide range of applications for the prevention of electromagnetic interference (EMI) and radio frequency interference (RFI) from power supply lines and for prevention of malfunctioning of various electronic equipment. Features include
- Mounting Style: Through Hole Technology (THT)
- Inductance Type: Fixed
- Technology / Configuration: Wirewound
- RoHS Compliant: Yes
Supplier: LINAK U.S. Inc.
Description: The HB20 series is a handset family especially developed for the comfort furniture segment. The handset series is compatible with the TWINDRIVE® TD1 and TD3 series. The HB20 series combines ergonomic design with a wide range of functionalities such as memory, radio frequency based (RF
- Setup & Control: Control Panel
- Configuration: Stand Alone
Supplier: 1-Source Electronic Components
Description: EMBEDDED TRANSCEIVER RADIO-ONLY MODULE Frequency Range:433MHz to 435MHz Data Rate Max:152.3Kbps Module Interface:Serial, UART, 3-Wire Supply Voltage Range:2.4V to 3.6V Supply Current:62mA RoHS Compliant: Yes
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Radio Transmission Touch Probes: CNC Applications
New ultra-compact radio transmission touch probes bring probing benefits to a wider range of CNC machine tools from Renishaw. Renishaw is making waves with the introduction of new touch probe systems that use its unique frequency hopping spread spectrum (FHSS) probe signal radio transmission technology to allow automated job set-up and in-process measurement on all sizes of CNC machine tools. Wide range of touch probes with radio transmission. These new products reinforce Renishaw's world... (read more)
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item America, LLC
New Product! Profile KH 8 – Metal-free profile
It's brand new - an item profile that is entirely non-metallic. item now offers a Profile 8 and Tube D30 for special applications that is made entirely of an innovative material comprising 70 percent wood and 30 percent plastic. As a result, users can now build constructions that do not conduct electricity or affect the radio frequency range. The metal-free alternative in the item MB Building Kit System. An innovative, high-strength material that is particularly easy to process. Profile KH 8... (read more)
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|Part #||Distributor||Manufacturer||Product Category||Description|
|SI4735-B20GM||ASAP Semiconductor||SILICONLAB||Not Provided||RECEIVER, RADIO, MULTIBAND, 20QFN; Frequency Range:520kHz to 21.|
|KD3500||ifm efector inc.||ifm inc.||Not Provided||Capacitive sensor, Rectangular, plastics, Sensing range: 60 mm, non-flush mountable, 2-wire, AC/DC, Operating voltage: 20...250 V AC/DC, normally open / closed programmable, Quick disconnect, 7/8'' connector, Increased immunity to conducted radio frequency interference, Housing material: PPE|
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Radio Basics Training
Welcome to Radio Basics, a prerequisite tutorial about the use of radio waves in wireless devices. Radio refers to a type of signal transmitted and received in the radio frequency range of the electromagnetic spectrum. Radio can be used to send audio, video or data through air without the use
Radio Frequency Emissions Effect on Sensors (.pdf)
White noise on the plant floor can cause electrical interference that often affects the function of proximity sensors. This radio frequency (RF) "noise" is caused by the use of variable frequency drives, stepper motors and high powered communication devices, such as AM/FM radios, two-way radios
Application: High Frequency Reed Relays for Portable Radio Communication
d. o u. d c. u t. c i. t o. i n. o. Portable military radios typically operate between 3 MHz and 30 MHz. These. frequencies are relatively low by today's standards when compared to the. telephone bands in the 1 GHz to 4 GHz range. However, even as low as 30. MHz the signals will `ride
Optimized Lightning Protection for Higher Frequencies (.pdf)
FREQUENCIES ABOVE 4.5 GHZ are being. used more often for a wide range of. outdoor communications. These uses. include critical infrastructure applications. where long lifetime and high availability. requirements are paramount. In outdoor. antenna applications, the exposure to lightning. effects
PT 101: Accelerometers Measure Slow Speed Rollers and Detect High Frequencies
to measure the vibration signature of heavy, slow turning rollers. In addition, their high frequency range allows advanced early detection techniques such as high frequency detection (HFD) and enveloping. Wilcoxon accelerometers measure slow speed rollers. and detect high frequencies. Successful
Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) - Frequency Asked Questions
refers to the size of the radio waves used to communicate between the RFID system components. It is generally safe to. assume that a higher frequency equates to a faster data transfer rate and longer (greater distance) read ranges, but also more. sensitivity to environmental factors such as liquid
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The Key to Extending Your Wireless Transmission Range
that amplifiers do not improve long distance transmission by much. Non-standard solutions for long-range wireless also include using licensed frequency bands and proprietary radio technology. However, the throughput/data rate for proprietary radio technology is not high enough for industry-grade
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Radio - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Radio is the wireless transmission of signals through free space by electromagnetic radiation of a frequency significantly below that of visible
Frequency response - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Estimating the frequency response for a physical system generally involves exciting the system with an input signal, measuring both input and output
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What is imaging radar ?/jpl
at particular microwave wavelengths (in the range 1 cm to 1 m, which corresponds to a frequency range of about 300 MHz to 30 GHz) and polarizations
Exploring GNU Radio
MHz down to an output range centered at 5.75 MHz. The center frequency of the output range is called the intermediate frequency, or IF.
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The basic idea behind frequency hopping is simple -- instead of transmitting on one frequency, a spread spectrum system switches rapidly from one
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