Re: AMI S20043?
- To: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Subject: Re: AMI S20043?
- From: email@example.com (Jeff King)
- Date: Mon, 17 Apr 95 16:01:18 EDT
- Cc: firstname.lastname@example.org
In article <m0rzcBZ-000HBTC@ns.crynwr.com>, you write:
> Has anyone looked at the AMI S20043 Spread Spectrum Transceiver? It
> interfaces to a generic microprocessor bus for programming and data
> transfer, and to an IF modulator/demodulator and RF radio for the
> transmission medium. Radios can be built for 100kbps to 4Mbps. It
> uses <http://www.town.hall.org/Archives/patent/data/05335/05335249>.
> That document has some references to the literature on spread
The data rate in my data sheets is 100 BPS to 4mps. Its to bad that
we can't use spread spectrum on the lower bands.... they claim a process
gain of 30db at the 2048 chip rate. I've not got my hands on any yet, but
as soon as I clear up a couple projects here I am planning on looking at
the chip... they (AMI) also claim a evaluation board as well. Would like
to hear any results you may have with the chip.