[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.

NTX2-USB-module

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]

NTX2-XBee-mount

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]

Download

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,
    Kaan

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