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DIY RF Transceiver using MRF49XA and AT90USB162

Posted on Friday, July 12th, 2013 in code, digital radio data, DIY, open source, RF by the machinegeek

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William Dillon has posted his initial work on a prototype USB RF data packet Transceiver dongle using the MRF49XA and an Atmel AT90USB162 micro controller.
He embarked on a journey exploring the development of packet formats and protocols, as well as types of error correction.

This open source project’s details, code links, schematic and photos can be found on William Dillon’s Alternet site.

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One Response to “DIY RF Transceiver using MRF49XA and AT90USB162”

  1. Drone says:

    Hmmm… Uses LUFA for USB. How come? The AT90USB162 comes with USB support out of the tube. Right? Maybe because it needs to be a USB Host or something? Don’t have time to read the whole article (I are lazy bum).

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