New Wireless Modules for Drone Control!


Starman Electric has recently released a new wireless module to make point-to-point wireless control and data acquisition easier than ever. These modules will be very useful for wireless DRONE or UAV control, or for data monitoring and measuring. Branded with the name DataBridge™, these modules offer simple and reliable bridging of analog, digital, and Serial UART signals between two points. Two modules automatically link together and function as a wireless cable, sampling and repeating the signal at 200 times per second, giving it one of the fastest latencies on the market. No software configuration or programming is required, and reliable data links can be made in seconds. 

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  • The main thing we're looking for is more range for less money. Frequency hopping, latency, & mesh networking are items, but people want to go 20km with no dropouts. That's the only metric anyone values in this business. Listen to the podcast with Reed & it's just about range vs cost.
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    It looks like his product is almost a drop-in replacement for simple remote microcontroller applications.

    The datasheet reports that the RF Baud is 40k, but that the UART supports standard bauds up to 115k. Something there doesn't match up. If all you need is high rate UART to talk to an autopilot, Xbees are half the price.
  • What is the bandwidth?
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