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Member Since: November 8, 2007

Country: United States

  • The datasheet shows several different part numbers based on their carrier frequency. Can you tell us which frequency this part uses?

  • mdot: As I was reading the post, I just keep asking myself, "what's he using the accelerometer for?"
    I'm still kinda wondering the same thing. On a motorcycle/scooter, you lean in a corner such that a net force vector from your center of mass always points at the tire contact patch (otherwise you'd fall over). Depending on how fast you corner, the magnitude of the force might change measurably, but the direction would always be "straight down" from the perspective of an accelerometer mounted on the bike.
    Is there another way to measure lean angle that isn't confused by dynamic cornering forces?

  • Now I'm confused... In the above description of the General TX/RX devices, you say "It is possible to get bytes across this link, but it requires quite a bit of hacking, protocol creation, error checking, and patience."
    In the product listing, however, you say "We have used these modules extensively and have been very impressed with their ease of use" and "This wireless data is the easiest to use, lowest cost RF link we have ever seen!"
    Is it just compensating for the lack of error correction that makes these parts hard to use, or is there more to it?

  • Yessss! Thanks for stocking the 3.3V version. Any chance you could get some of the 20x2 models as well?

  • I'm assuming that's 3 tri-color LEDs and not 1 each of red, green, and blue LEDs?

  • Any chance the USB-to-UART cable and the (I'm assuming) wall wart with 5V USB output might be available as freestanding products?

No public wish lists :(