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2.4 GHz Serial Modem

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• 2.4GHz Frequency Hopping Spread Spectrum Technology
• 1.23Mbps over the air data rate
• 921Kpbs (USB only) and 115Kbps I/O data rates
• 64 Hopping Patterns
• FCC Certified and CE marked
• Integral 6dB patch antenna
• RS-232 asynchronous or USB serial interface
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to inquire about samples or to discuss your custom needs.

download data sheet Rev Date 03/14/08

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The HN-211 is a versatile, low cost, multi-purpose 2.4 GHz frequency-hopping wireless data modem. Built around the WIT2411 radio, the HN-211 has an integral 6dB patch antenna creating a “single piece” modem. Communication with the HN-211 is through a 921.6kbps (USB version only) or 115.2Kbps (USB or RS-232 versions) asynchronous serial port supporting a standard RS-232 interface. The HN-211 communicates over the air at 1.23Mbps and supports both point-to-point and point-to-multipoint networks.

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