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From: Ian Johnson (vk4kijecig.com.au)
Date: Sat Dec 22 2001 - 22:03:21 CST
On Sun, 23 Dec 2001, Chris Baird wrote:
> What's the Knowledge(tm) on 27MHz transceiver modules/kits/bits
> suitable for serial communication? (I don't suppose those 'wireless'
> keyboards and mice are easily hackable?)
> Given that AM-CB modulators are dirt-cheap to make, I'm thinking a
> home-brew low-power 27MHz modem (with as much brains as an IrDA port)
> could be an alternative..
There are legal considerations, but putting those aside, speed will be
lacking because of the typical narrow bandwidth available on a CB radio,
300-1200 bps is typical on HF radio via amateur radio. The other problem
is the communication is simplex, unless you have a receiver & transmitter
running together at both ends with enough separation so they don't
interfere with each other.
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