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MSP430 based RF spectrum analyzer

Posted on Monday, November 29th, 2010 in builds, MSP430, tools by the machinegeek
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2 Responses to “MSP430 based RF spectrum analyzer”

  1. pppd says:

    Thanks for sharing, I will definitely try that with my chips.

  2. zizou says:

    sorry can you give me the code of conection the RF12 with MSP430

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