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  • Nice transmitter with low price

    posted by matvs1

    The product is easy to use and has good documentation (datasheet) which is available on the WEB. The datasheet is available on the official Nordic Semiconductor website. Three are a lot of software examples there as well as other useful documents. It has connector and you do not need to sold it on the board.
    I plan to use NRF24L01+ 2.4GHz Wireless Transceiver Module with PSoC.
    I recommend it using with all microcontrolles.
  • Very nice transceiver

    posted by Gyro76

    Size, price, easy interface, on-board tuned antenna, assembling is very easy to main PCB.
    Ideal transceiver to use in tiny DIY gadgets for small distance communication (in a room).
    Can be used with almost any microcontroller (ATMEL, PIC)... I used PIC16F819 and PIC12F629 (SPI written in assembler). Works fine. SPI communication speed can be as low as needed by microcontroller.
  • Great way to build a multi-node wireless environment with Arduinos

    posted by rigorka

    Reasonably cheap and pretty reliable wireless module. Works well in the building when a distance is within 10m and there are not too many thick walls between the nodes. Supports retransmission and data integrity control, makes the programming very straightforward. Excellent Arduino library is available.
    For those needing to cover longer distances there are versions of this transceiver with the external antenna available on DX. Noticeably more expensive of course.
    The best wireless module for the tasks of home automation that I know of.
  • Superb break boards

    posted by dandymon

    The price of these is superb for 2 of them and they are clearly not second rate - they have the same IC and external components.
    I removed the black header plastic from the pins at the bottom and bent both sets outward so that they were far apart like the DIP. Now they fit in the breadboard and work just fine with the arduinoCheck my images for an example.
    They come in two so if you have two arduinos, then you can test your code works easily with the ping server and ping client examples included in the MIRF library.It took some toying - but they work lovely!

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