where could i find component???

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amy92hanz
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where could i find component???

#1 Post by amy92hanz » 27 Oct 2012, 10:20

hey guy,where could i find tx/rx module 315MHz in library??

Markus Ritter
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#2 Post by Markus Ritter » 20 Nov 2018, 06:19

did you find it? I was looking for the same one

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#3 Post by Tomg » 21 Nov 2018, 10:03

Do you know the manufacturer and part number? If you are looking for ICs, try the DipTrace Maxim library. Use the Search Filter to find Maxim part numbers MAX1473 (receiver) and MAX1479 (transmitter). If you are looking for an Arduino product it appears DipTrace has one unrelated module in their Misc library - the Nano.
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Re: where could i find component???

#4 Post by KevinA » 21 Nov 2018, 12:06

For the 315/433Mhz Transmitters/Receivers part most are just headers, 3 and 4 pin. I looked into using those in a project due to cost then found out the cost and time to get the project certified:
https://www.digikey.com/en/articles/tec ... o-approval
Switched to certified nRF24L01 modules then added my own modules that used Ebyte modules using the 8 pin header for the nRF24L01 with jumpers allowing any module to be used with the 8 pin header, LoRa, WiFi, BLE 5.0, all certified.

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