[Radio] NTX2 USB and XBee mount breakout

[/caption] The nice thing of both modules is that you can play with the variable resistors, so that you can change the frequency and shift a bit. I hate calculating and testing all kinds of resistors that never exist in the frequency that you want. So, can’t be easier.


So you can just hook this up to any computer or perhipial with a USB port. Then you use some terminal or whatever to talk to it, and it will immediatelly spit out that information over your frequency. [caption id="attachment_2106" align="aligncenter" width="620" caption="The NTX2-Usb module used with f.e. a Pandaboard"][/caption]


Kinda works like an xbee as well; you just send it some bits and it will spit out those bits. [caption id="attachment_2107" align="aligncenter" width="620" caption="Example of usage in a HAB payload: with a battery module, a GPS and the NTX2bee on a xbee mount that transmits the data."][/caption] [caption id="attachment_2104" align="aligncenter" width="285" caption="Bottom of the Xbee mount of the NTX2-Xbee"][/caption]


Downloads, my favorite section. Yeah so you can download the PCB Eagle files right over here: NTX2-Xbeemount [RAR]NTX2-usbstick [RAR] ]]>

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6 Responses

  1. Costyn says:

    Please tell me where to send you money for this! Looks very useful 🙂 Do want!

  2. Kaan Akşit says:

    Dear Tim,
    I would like to create a radio link over a range of 10 Km with two of your NTX2-Usb. Will it be useful for such a purpose? Both of the links uses Linux as operating system. And finally where can I buy fully soldered NTX2-USB?
    Best regards,

  3. These look great – just curious, how did you get the PCB manufactured?