EC: NL900S Data Transceiver Radio
Network integration - Wireless products: The NL900S Data Transceiver Radio from RF Neulink is an effective, high-power solution for point-to-point and point-to-multipoint wireless systems in the 900 MHz unlicensed band. This is a Control Engineering 2012 Engineers’ Choice finalist.
RF Neulink has recently completed the design of a revolutionary new radio data transceiver, the NL900S, incorporating an FPGA and software-defined radio technology. The combination of these two leading technologies enabled RF Neulink to look beyond the conventional design limitations of wireless data communications products. Because FPGAs are software programmable, users can use tools to change the functionality of the product by downloading a new application to the FPGA without changing any hardware. The benefit to product owners is the capacity to defer the obsolescence of their investment through the ability to update hardware and their software.
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