Embedded radios for wireless applications

  • 05-Oct-2012 10:01 EDT
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Specialized wireless transceivers from Ritron allow wireless connectivity and commercial, off-the-shelf convenience in a compact package. Available in various configurations—including RF transceivers and radio modems—they permit integration into systems demanding high performance in congested frequency environments. They are suited for voice and data use in military/aerospace, commercial, and industrial applications. A small footprint minimizes space requirements, while all components are placed on the top side of a single PCB for mechanical rigidity and increased protection against damage. Narrow band (12.5 kHz) and very narrow band (6.25 kHz) models are offered. Data streaming and packet modes can be supported; dual transmit and receive audio paths are available.

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