Narrow Band FM Transceiver STD-601 400 MHz and 434 MHz

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The design has gone one step further and has four frequency bands under one hardware, while maintaining as close as possible, the superior performance of Circuit Design's conventional RF modules

Narrow Band FM Transceiver STD-601 400 MHz and 434 MHz
Narrow Band FM Transceiver STD-601 400 MHz and 434 MHz
Narrow Band FM Transceiver STD-601 400 MHz and 434 MHz
Narrow Band FM Transceiver STD-601 400 MHz and 434 MHz
Posted on November 10, 2015 - (19 views)
Circuit Design Inc.
7557-1 Hotaka
399-8303 Nagano - Japan
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