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MRF89XA Microchip Technology, Inc. Microchip Technology, Inc. Not Provided integrated ultra low-power, sub-GHz transceiver. Wide band - Half-duplex transceiver. Supports proprietary sub-GHz wireless protocols. Simple, 4-wire SPI-compatible interface. CMOS/TTL-compatible I/Os. On-chip oscillator circuit. Dedicated clock output. Supports power-saving modes. Operating voltage...
MRF49XA Microchip Technology, Inc. Microchip Technology, Inc. Not Provided MRF49XA ia a fully integrated Sub-GHz RF transceiver supporting the 433/868/915MHz ISM frequency band. The MRF49XA supports FSK modulation with FHSS capability is ideal for two-way, short-range wireless applications. Fully integrated Sub-GHz transceiverCMOS/TTL compatible I/Os2.2V - 3.8V Operation...
2901541 Allied Electronics, Inc. PHOENIX CONTACT Not Provided Bidirectional; 2400 MHz transceiver; Wireless trans. of serial & I/O data
2901540 Allied Electronics, Inc. PHOENIX CONTACT Not Provided Bidirectional; 900 MHz transceiver; Wireless trans. of serial & I/O data
DGMR115RX PLC Radwell Freewave Technologies Inc Telecommunications, Telecom Accessories WIRELESS DATA TRANSCEIVER 24V
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