- 1 What is the range of nRF24L01 with antenna?
- 2 What is nRF24L01 module?
- 3 Is NRF24L01 a WiFi?
- 4 Which is enhanced nRF24L01 radio with a DIY dipole antenna?
- 5 How to comunicate Arduino Uno with nRF24L01 +?
- 6 What can I do with a modified nrf24 module?
- 7 How are transmitter and receiver antennas supposed to be oriented?
What is the range of nRF24L01 with antenna?
It works at the 2.4 GHz frequency range and has a high on air data rate of upto 1 – 2 Mbps and comes with an external antenna and can work in ranges upto 1100 meters (requires stable power supply, low datarate and low surrounding interfearance with line of sight).
What is nRF24L01 module?
GENERAL DESCRIPTION. nRF24L01 is a single chip radio transceiver for the world wide 2.4 – 2.5 GHz ISM band. The transceiver consists of a fully integrated frequency synthesizer, a power amplifier, a crystal oscillator, a demodulator, modulator and Enhanced ShockBurst™ protocol engine.
Is NRF24L01 a WiFi?
No, It’s not possible since the PHY layer on the nRF24L01+ and wifi are different. It’s not nRF24L01 directly interface with wifi though.…
Which is enhanced nRF24L01 radio with a DIY dipole antenna?
Introduction: Enhanced NRF24L01 Radio With a DIY Dipole Antenna Modification. About: Professional Software, Hardware, Systems Engineer for more than 40 years. Amateur Radio HAM (KI7NEW) More About RonM9 »
How to comunicate Arduino Uno with nRF24L01 +?
I’m trying to comunicate an Arduino UNO and an Arduino pro mini with two NRF24L01+ modules using the RF24 library https://github.com/maniacbug/RF24 and the GetingStarted example http://maniacbug.github.io/RF24/GettingStarted_8pde-example.html. The connexions I’m using in both arduinos are:
What can I do with a modified nrf24 module?
With this modified RF24 module I could go through four walls with a distance of about 100 feet. This module should also nearly double the distance over a standard nRF24 module when used with line of sight applications; like RF planes, quad-coppers, cars and boats (100s of meters).
How are transmitter and receiver antennas supposed to be oriented?
The transmitter and receiver antennas, in your project must be oriented similarly both horizontal or vertical and highly preferably parallel to each other. Additionally, perhaps in a complimentary orientation if you know they have a directional preference (this is not generally indicated here).