RF Receivers

RF Receivers | 2004 items

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Questions with RF Receivers

  • Ask: What is a RF receiver?

    Answer: An RF module (short for radio-frequency module) is a (usually) small electronic device used to transmit and/or receive radio signals between two devices. In an embedded system it is often desirable to communicate with another device wirelessly. ... RF communications incorporate a transmitter and a receiver.

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  • Ask: How do RF transmitters and receivers work?

    Answer: RF signals travel in the transmitter and receiver even when there is an obstruction. It operates at a specific frequency of 433MHz. RF transmitter receives serial data and transmits to the receiver through an antenna which is connected to the 4th pin of the transmitter.

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  • Ask: What is RF used for?

    Answer: A radio frequency (RF) signal refers to a wireless electromagnetic signal used as a form of communication, if one is discussing wireless electronics. Radio waves are a form of electromagnetic radiation with identified radio frequencies that range from 3kHz to 300 GHz.

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  • Ask: How does RF sensor work?

    Answer: A power sensor operates by defining a sensitive volume and interrogating the value by these electromagnetic parameters. Then, a radio frequency antenna is used to define the sensitive volume, which is tuned into the sensor electronics.