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Way Down Low. 27MHz: An Unexpectedly Useful Radio-control Band Allocation

When considering wireless systems, there is an increasing tendency in recent years to think in terms of the highly visible, frequently encountered high UHF to low microwave bands (800MHz to 2.5 or 5.8GHz) where mobile phones and domestic and commercial WiFi and Bluetooth networks are found. Even moving into the industrial low power radio niches […]

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Lemos International Helps University of Michigan Aerospace Students Fly Around the Globe

A University of Michigan Aerospace Engineering senior design team, sponsored by Lemos International and the Michigan Exploration Laboratory (MXL), is currently developing a global high-altitude balloon module they plan to fly around the globe by January 2020 on a homebrew hydrogen balloon. Lemos International has sponsored the module‚Äôs communications subsystem by supplying UHX1/SHX1 radios to […]

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