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Micro scale radio transceiver for a sensor network demo

Discussion in 'Embedded' started by Gustav Gorev, Oct 22, 2005.

  1. Gustav Gorev

    Gustav Gorev Guest

    For a Micro scale radio transceiver for a sensor network demonstration,
    roI'm looking for a very small and light weight radio tranceivers capable of
    transmitting and receiving digital data within 3 meters radius.

    Followings are desired specifications;
    Weight : Less than 5 grams (including battery, probably a tiny watch
    battery)
    Size : as small as possible
    Operation life time : 5 hours operation with a new battery
    Bit rate : 9600 baud (or faster)
    Communication range : 3 meters
    Capable of operating in the presence of multiple other active
    transceivers of the same kind within 3 meters. This effectively means that
    multiple transceiver can simulataneously communicate with each other and/or
    a host. (It is acceptable if transceivers required to be programmed to have
    unique addresses prior to experiments.)
    Capable of operating on a moving platform (including on a human or
    animal)


    Any suggestion will be highly appreciated.

    Regards,

    Gustav Gorev
     
    Gustav Gorev, Oct 22, 2005
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    Kurt Harders Guest

    Hallo Gustav,

    Have a look at http://www.sentec-elektronik.de (available in english
    :)).

    Regards, Kurt
     
    Kurt Harders, Oct 22, 2005
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    Joerg Guest

    Joerg, Oct 23, 2005
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