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Spectrum analysis with RFM12B

Posted on Tuesday, November 17th, 2015 in wireless by DP

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Martin Harizanov writes, “The comments to my last blog post got me thinking if I had chosen the right RFM channel at home, obviously if the channel is noisy that directly affects reception and increases the error rates. I use the default 868Mhz setting for the RFM12B/RFM69s at home and decided to check if the channel is clear from other transmissions. I remembered seeing a RFM12B spectrum analyzer project over at Jeelab some years ago, and 5 minutes later was running the spectrum analyzer using one of my Funky v3s equipped with a 868Mhz RFM12B.”

More details at Martin’s blog.

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