Press Release Summary:
HP-3 modules are designed for wireless transfer of analog or digital data in 902-928 MHz band. They employ FM/FSK modulation and microprocessor-controlled synthesized architecture. HP3-xPO offers 8 parallel selectable channels, while HP-3-xPS offers 8 parallel and 120 serially selectable channels. Transmitter and receiver modules are available in SIP pinned or surface-mount packages.
Original Press Release:
Linx Introduces New HP3
The third generation of the popular HP series is available in styles which offer compatibility with previous HP-Series modules. Like its predecessors, the HP-3 is designed for the
cost-effective, high-performance wireless transfer of analog or digital data, in the popular 902-928MHz band. In the US, this band is ideal for a wide variety of analog or digital C4 wireless applications including: data links, process and status control, home and industrial automation, security, remote control/monitoring, audio and analog transfer.
To assure robust performance, the transmitter employs FM/FSK modulation and an advanced microprocessor-controlled synthesized architecture. Several new versions and package styles are available: the HP3-xPO offers eight parallel selectable channels, while the HP-3-xPS offers both 8 parallel and 120 serially selectable channels. Transmitter and receiver modules are available in reduced-size SIP pinned or compact surface-mount packages. Like all Linx modules, the HP-3 requires no tuning and in most cases no external RF components (except an antenna), making integration straightforward. Initial pricing is approximately $25 in 1,000 pc. quantities.