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why the RFM96CW? If you would use the RFM96HCW, there would be an option to swap it for the RFM95. This would ...
- 10:25 JeeLabs Café Weblog: RE: JeeNode Zero
- I hope there is a pad for ufl or SMA connector on the bottom side...
- 10:35 JeeLabs Café General: RE: Smoke detection with Jeenode and RFM12b
- I've added a Jeenode to my CO-sensor. I hooked it to the internal 9 volt battery, red/green led (interrupt-trigger) a...
- 10:21 JeeLabs Café Support: RE: Blocking rf12_ commands
- @danst0 Did you add a solder blob on the spot between pwr and the regulator (top left bottom side in your picture)? I...
- 17:34 JeeLabs Café Support: RE: Jeenode V6, DHT22 - battery life
- If you want to be sure if it has worked, without having to wait a few weeks trying, you could also buy an µCurrent.
- Do I see a new kind of node for the shop? A “doornode”.
Small enough to install in a slot inside a door, with a magne...
- 09:50 JeeLabs Café Weblog: RE: RFM69 on Raspberry Pi
- jcw wrote:
\> Many further tweaks are still possible, I expect.
That’s why I asked ;-)
- Is there a command calculator for the RFM69? Like [[http://tools.jeelabs.org/rfm12b.html]] for the RFM12B.
How about adding a few resistors between the LPC810 and the data pins of he RFM69 to limit the back-feeding symp...
- 12:10 JeeLabs Café Weblog: RE: Micro Power Snitch, part 4
- Could you perhaps squeeze in or consider a SMA edge connector footprint?
Perhaps by moving the RMF69 up a few millime...
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