The RFBee is a RF module providing easy and flexible wireless data transmission between devices. It is based on a AVR Atmega168 working as a fully functional Arduino connected via SPI to a TI CC1101 RF transceiver.
Range: indoor/Urban: up to 50m; Outdoor line-of-sight: up to 120m;
Receiver sensitivity: -95dBm
RF data transmission rate: 4,800bps; 76,800bps
Working frequency : 868MHz & 915MHz
Communication type: Point to Point, or Point to Multipoint.
Easy-to-Use serial interface and rich extendable ports
Easy-to-Use AT command: Set working mode, Serial Baud Rate, etc.
Open source hardware and firmware
Socket compatible with the Xbee, so you can plug it into any Xbee socket as a quick replacement.
only the Rx,Tx, VCC, GND pins are identical to the Xbee. RFbee will not communicate with Xbee, so RFbee need to be used on both ends of the wireless connection.
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|Dimensions||60mm x 60mm x 13mm|
Does this module require the wireless shield as well?
Hi, ive a kit with 2 nodes... one i would like to use as master and the other as slave, but i dunno how to start! where can i see a tutorial to help me with the basic to start?
Hi, it's possible get the battery status as Seeeduino Stalker?
An Arduino Uno has PWM capability on DIO pins 3,5,6,9,10,11. On the RFBee, only Arduino DIO pins 5,6,9 are available (PD5, PD6, PB1). Pins 5 and 6 work fine, but pin 9 does not seem to function. If I analogWrite(9, 0), it will go low. If I analogWrite(
Is there any RX/TX pins on that module? I mean a pin that a can communicate with an Serial GPS??
I have successfully flashed one of my two (2) RFBEES, the first one has worked multipul times(using the reset method), but with the other, i have received multipul AVRDUDE errors (avrdude: stk500_paged_write(): (a) protocol error, expect=0x14, resp=0xf
During the last months playing around with the RFBee I many times wished that there where two pin headers connected with GDO0 and GDO2 pins of the CC1101. Especially in modes that don't use the internal package handling of the CC1101 (synchronous/async
When i tried to compile RFBee firmware with Arduino IDE, it give a lot of errors.. Any information on building the firmare with Arduino?
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