Hi guysFirstly I have no knowledge whatsoever of Electronics and RF, my background back in the UK was electrical but I specialized in the manufacture design and installation of Electric Heat Trace…Continue
This 420-450 MHz is a amateur band but low power transmitters are common in this range and are used in R/C vehicles for video cameras. It is compatible with many small color and black and white PC board camera's. Power packs of…"
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It is hard for me to believe that a 2.5 MA transmitter using 433.92 MHz will be reliable over the mile and one quarter as it…"
"I just had a reply on another forum does this make sense?
"The device you purchased is not authorized for unlicensed use in the United States. The 433 MHz ISM band is restricted to Region 1, which includes Africa, Europe, and Russia.…"
Hi guysFirstly I have no knowledge whatsoever of Electronics and RF, my background back in the UK was electrical but I specialized in the manufacture design and installation of Electric Heat Trace Systems for tanks pipe lines etcI recently purchased…See More
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