Monday, July 11, 2011

New products

Yes, I know that I'm not terribly prolific in postings. But here are a few new products to tickle your fancy!



This is a breakout of Nordic's nRF24Z1 audio streamer IC. It allows inputs up to 24 bits at 96 kHz, and can output up to 16 bits at 48 kHz (which is still higher than CD quality). It can handle both S/PDIF and I2S input and output, and doesn't actually require a microcontroller to work (it can read its settings from an external EEPROM).



And the obligatory RP-SMA version, too!



For those interested in capacitive touch sensors, this one should fit the bill! It has a built-in sensor "button", and it only needs 4 pins to work - VCC, GND, a mode pin, and an output (to your microcontroller, LED, etc.)!

3 Comments:

At January 22, 2012 at 6:15 AM , Anonymous Anonymous said...

hello Brenne!

I've read somewhere that Z1 is not able to perform a broadcast audio but only point to point.
Since I'd like to design a device able to broadcast the same audio to many rx units (udp like) I really appreciate to get an advise from you about the hardware to use.

'Till now I'v studied the nrf24L01 features and Nordic guys suggest that would be possible to do that disabling autoack, channel hoping etc...
thank you and
best regards!

Andrea

 
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