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16bit MCUs pack RF transceiver for Zigbee RF4CE
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NEC offers 16bit All Flash MCUs with embedded IEEE802.15.4-compliant 2.4GHz RF transceiver for Zigbe...[ View complete article ]


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NEC offers 16bit All Flash MCUs with embedded IEEE802.15.4-compliant 2.4GHz RF transceiver for Zigbee RF4CE, an industry standard for remote control in consumer electronics.
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sir, iam sekhar a student of NIT trichy .Iam doing project using Zigbee wirelessmodule.So i need two zigbee module.So please send me a quotation how much cost ......... i want 100 meters transmitting/receviing data
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