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  • Radio / RF

    by Published on 21st December 2013 06:46

    This article develops a method of achieving an asynchronous packet protocol with low overheads and easy to understand code. ...

    If you're building a ZIGBEE or any other wireless network at 2.4Ghz, a major consideration is throughput of data and integrity of the wireless link.

    It's a good idea to use a spectrum analyser to ensure that your locality is clear of potential killer interference such as baby monitoring devices, leaky microwave ovens, wireless video cameras and wireless alarm modules, all of which can cripple Zigbee or 802.11 network performance.
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