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Wireless Transmission Through Hurdles

06/20/2010 5:22 PM

I want to transmit wireless data, say 10bytes long, over a distance, of say 200meters, in dense fog, and/or in mountainous-valley terrain.

The transmission should be 360degrees, and would be repeating itself. There could be more than one device transmitting at the same time close to another similar device.

I would also need a receiver capable of receiving multiple transmissions simultaneously.

Please reply if you know of a device capable of doing this.

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06/21/2010 3:13 AM
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Re: Wireless Transmission Through Hurdles

07/09/2010 9:55 AM

Hi there, You seem to be someone of knowledge (sorry to interrupt you "involved discussion"- maybe anyone reading this can help me. I want a transmitter that will activate a receiver automatically once it is a specific distance from each other. I desperately need help. Pls pop me an e-mail at lida.heyden@gmail.com

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06/22/2010 1:28 AM

RS has a selection of manufactures you can research.

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