Teensy and the RF1101SE
Driving the RF1101SE-v3.1 with a Teensy microcontroller
This week I spent a couple of days fighting with, testing, and then finally releasing some working code that drives a Texas Instruments CC1101 based board with the fabulous Teensy from PJRC. I also include some code to configure Michael Ossmann’s Yard Stick One which has become an indespensible device for working with packet-based radios.
I updated my Teensy + RF1101SE code with more comments and a helpful image.— ☞ Gareth (@gareth__) May 20, 2016
https://t.co/mLhYjbXFEf#RFCat #HackRF pic.twitter.com/hacgAuvLPI
It was a whole lot of fun and a real break from my work on the Iridium Satellite Constellation that has consumed my every waking hour for the last 6 months.
The RF1101SE is a generic Texas Instruments CC1101 based board with capacitors and parts limiting the effective frequency range to 433MHz.
If you want to get a Teensy then the best place to source one is while ordering Open Source Hardware circuit boards from OSHPark.com
Or you can order a Teensy directly for about US$20 delivered worldwide.
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