Successful wireless communication links require a careful system design which should consider a host of problems not usually encountered with a wired solution. One of the first questions which must be resolved to implement a wireless link is whether to adopt a simplex (one-way) or duplex (two-way) architecture. If full duplex operation is a system requirement, the choice is obvious.
However, if one-way transmission operation is all that is required (such as garage door openers), the choice may not be so obvious. The best wireless systems are designed to operate efficiently, to reduce the costs of deploying and using the network, and to allow users flexibility to increase the data received over time. In addition, they are designed with redundant, back-up features throughout the system to ensure accurate, reliable data delivery. udea RF Products, ODM service facilitate all of the above.
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