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Not to grouch, but you should be more specific as I'm not sure of your specific needs.
In any case, here... take your pick.
All of these will out do the MaxStream for range. BPS is a different story.
If range were all you wanted, then I would go with the third from the bottom. If you need the bandwidth then the bottom is the best.
Of course I have no idea if your looking at this from a hobbyist’s point of view or from an industrial/mass production one because you did not specify. I assume you are a hobbyist and you want to buy just one unit and your not afraid to do some "adjustments" to whatever it is you decide get. If so, almost all of those units will happily modify to interface with TTL level logic and/or run off batteries.
Posted on Mar 12, 2009
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