NRF24L01 2.4GHz PA+LNA SMA Wireless Transceiver Module

NRF24L01 2.4GHz PA+LNA SMA Wireless Transceiver Module

Specifications and Features of NRF24L01 2.4GHz PA+LNA SMA Wireless Transceiver Module:-

  1. It uses 2.4GHz global open ISM band, with license-free.
  2. Transmit power is greater than +20 dBm.
  3. Support six-channel data reception.
  4. 2Mbit/s speed makes high-quality VoIP possible
  5. Multi-frequency points: 125 frequency points meet the needs of multi-point communications and frequency hopping.
  6. Low cost: integrated with high-speed signal processing parts associated with RF protocol, such as: automatically re-send lost packets and generate acknowledge signal;
  7. SPI interface facilitates the communication with MCU I/O port.
  8. Facilitate the development for customers, without development RF part.
  9. Software programming is fully compatible with NRF24L01 modules.

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product description

NRF24L01 2.4GHz PA+LNA SMA Wireless Transceiver Module:-

The NRF24L01 module is the latest in RF modules. This module uses the 2.4GHz transceiver from Nordic Semiconductor, the NRF24L01+. This transceiver IC operates in the 2.4GHz band and has many new features! Take all the coolness of the 2.4GHz NRF24L01+PA+LNA SMA Wireless Transceiver Antenna and add some extra pipelines, buffers, and an auto-retransmit feature – very nice!

This board features a reverse polarized SMA connector for maximum RF range. And there is PA and LNA circuit on board, with the external antenna it can reach long distance than the one without these parts.

 

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Weight .25 kg
Dimensions 12 × 12 × 6 cm

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