Daughterboards RFX400, RFX900, and RFX1800

While ordering hardware components for GNU Radio, I wondered if more
people
prefered daughterboards RFX400, RFX900 and RFX1800 for the developement.
Can
someone enlighten me what are the advantages of these transcievers over
other available transcievers like RFX1200 and RFX2400.

Thank you.

Tarun

TM Tiwari wrote:

While ordering hardware components for GNU Radio, I wondered if more
people prefered daughterboards RFX400, RFX900 and RFX1800 for the
developement. Can someone enlighten me what are the advantages of
these transcievers over other available transcievers like RFX1200 and
RFX2400.

They all operate on different bands. It depends what band you are
interested in.

Matt

This means more people are working in 400MHz, 900MHz and 1800MHz bands.
If
yes, then why? I guess 400MHz is not in ISM bands so we are left with
900MHz, 1800MHz and 2400MHz for the available daughterboards. Can you
enlighten me, with respect to the GNU Radio project, what advantages do
400MHz, 900MHz and 1800MHz band possess over 1200MHz and 2400MHz band?

Thank you.

Tarun

This means more people are working in 400MHz, 900MHz and 1800MHz bands.
If
yes, then why?

You are jumping to unwarranted conclusions; there’s no rule that
production runs are all the same size.

My anecdotal evidence is that the 2400 boards are most popular, but I
don’t have a count. I suspect that this is because of the lure of
802.11-like systems.

I guess 400MHz is not in ISM bands so we are left with
900MHz, 1800MHz and 2400MHz for the available daughterboards. Can you
enlighten me, with respect to the GNU Radio project, what advantages
do
400MHz, 900MHz and 1800MHz band possess over 1200MHz and 2400MHz band?

I don’t think “the project” cares. Different bands have different
propagation, different usages with which one might want to
interoperate, different incumbent users that one might want to avoid,
and different regulatory situations. Plus, the power output of
daughterboards is different. There are reasons to be interested in
each.

Perhaps you could explain what you want to do; your question is too
open ended and can’t be answered in a reasonable period of time - so I
suspect it won’t be.

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