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31  Community / Exhibition / Gallery / Re: Cheap UHF spectrum analyzer using RFM22 module on: May 22, 2012, 09:25:38 am
I've sent them an email.
They replying saying that it got out of stock in the mean time... and haven't sent it yet.
Maybe still during this week they'll received more.

As I got the order stuck there, I was wondering about this: http://rf-store.com/index.php?view=2&pv=showart&prod_id=RFM70-S
If I can build the same frequency scanner with it as well for 2.4Ghz. From the specs it seems so as the frequency can be selected up to
a 1Mhz interval.
32  Community / Exhibition / Gallery / Re: Cheap UHF spectrum analyzer using RFM22 module on: May 21, 2012, 07:39:39 am
For the ones that ordered the RFM22 from RF-store how long did it took to arrive?
I have all the parts to build the boards (except some solder paste) but I'm still waiting for the RFM22.
I made the order on the 4th of this month. smiley-sad
33  Community / Exhibition / Gallery / Re: Cheap UHF spectrum analyzer using RFM22 module on: April 28, 2012, 03:24:20 pm
Thanks zitron, I'll send you a PM.
Yes I do plan to help with the code. smiley

In regards to the RFM22B I've talked to someone that is trying to get some as well and the only ones he could find
 available were the RFM22B-868-D, will those work?
Does it need to be the 433 model or it's possible to change the frequency.
34  Community / Exhibition / Gallery / Re: Cheap UHF spectrum analyzer using RFM22 module on: April 28, 2012, 12:48:08 pm
Hi zitron,

Where did you get your RFM22B? The only that I can find seem to have the emitting power locked and can't do the 100mW.

Thanks
35  Community / Exhibition / Gallery / Re: Cheap UHF spectrum analyzer using RFM22 module on: April 26, 2012, 05:30:04 am
Basically what Devonian said. If you want one or two boards that work right out of the box, you are better off getting the openlrs. I only have the bare pcbs.

My problem sorry, I wasn't that clear.
I'm more of the soldering station type, I prefer to assembly my own gear. smiley

I know about Flytron gear I actually bought some other parts from them, but yes my intention is to get bare PCB's.
I have all the remaining parts just the PCB that is missing.

I got some time ago some similar RFM boards (RFM21 I believe) to do a telemetry project but got sidetracked and ended
going for BlueTooth and developing an app for it. And the the boards are still here getting dust.

But what you share here is on a another level  (special in what concerns range) and rather interests me, so I eager to try it
 and put my hands on the code as well. smiley

PS: I got you guys on the weather (Ireland here)
36  Community / Exhibition / Gallery / Re: Cheap UHF spectrum analyzer using RFM22 module on: April 25, 2012, 03:18:14 pm
This is and excellent project! smiley
I really want to try it out in my FPV quads.

Does anyone has PCB's to sell?
Unfortunately I have no way to make them.
(well I could but I'd probably ended up sleeping in the balcony)

Thanks!
37  Forum 2005-2010 (read only) / Interfacing / Re: ARDUINO + LM1881 = OSD? on: August 04, 2009, 07:00:07 am
Hi Antonio Santos,

Did you ended having success with this?
This is one of the main reasons I'm starting with arduino.

Thanks,
Nando
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