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The Pololu Wixel is a general-purpose programmable module featuring a 2.4 GHz radio and USB. You can write your own software or load precompiled, open-source apps onto it, turning it into a wireless serial link, data logger, or whatever you need for your current project.


Products in category “Wireless”

Pololu item #: 1337
Price: $19.95
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The Pololu Wixel is a general-purpose programmable module featuring a 2.4 GHz radio and USB. You can write your own software or load precompiled, open-source apps onto the TI CC2511F32 microcontroller at the heart of the Wixel, turning it into a wireless serial link, data logger, or whatever you need for your current project. With 29 KB of available flash and 4 KB of RAM, the Wixel is even suitable as the main controller for a robot or other system. This version ships 0.1" male header pins included but not soldered in, allowing for custom installations.

Pololu item #: 1338
Price: $41.95
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This combination deal contains the basic parts you need to get started using Wixels for wireless communication. It consists of two fully-assembled Wixel modules and one 6’ USB A to mini-B cable for connecting the Wixels to a computer.

Pololu item #: 1339
Price: $39.95
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This combination deal contains the basic parts you need to get started using Wixels for wireless communication. It consists of two Wixel modules without header pins installed and one 6’ USB A to mini-B cable for connecting the Wixels to a computer.

Pololu item #: 2500
Price: $12.95
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Unleash your Arduino! This shield allows you to interface Wixel wireless modules to your Arduino (and other compatible products), enabling simple wireless programming, debugging, and control using standard Arduino software. Wixel developers can also use this item as a Wixel prototyping board.

Pololu item #: 2501
Price: $49.95
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This combination deal contains the basic parts you need to go wireless with your Arduino. It consists of one Wixel shield for Arduino, two Wixel modules and one 6’ USB A to mini-B cable for connecting the Wixels to a computer.

Pololu item #: 2774
Price: $34.95
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This breakout board from Adafruit features TI’s CC3000 Wi-Fi module on a compact, breadboard-compatible PCB with an onboard ceramic antenna. The CC3000 uses SPI for communication instead of UART, so the communication speed is not limited to a fixed baud rate. It supports 802.11b/g, open/WEP/WPA/WPA2 security, TKIP, and AES, and a built-in TCP/IP stack with a BSD socket interface supports TCP and UDP in client and server mode with up to 4 concurrent socket connections. An Arduino library and example sketches make it easy to get started.

Pololu item #: 2773
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This Arduino shield from Adafruit features TI’s CC3000 Wi-Fi module with an onboard ceramic antenna, a microSD card socket, and a designated prototyping area. The CC3000 uses SPI for communication instead of UART, so the communication speed is not limited to a fixed baud rate. It supports 802.11b/g, open/WEP/WPA/WPA2 security, TKIP, and AES, and a built-in TCP/IP stack with a BSD socket interface supports TCP and UDP in client and server mode with up to 4 concurrent socket connections. An Arduino library and example sketches make it easy to get started.

Pololu item #: 2160
Price: $59.95
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This DIP breakout board from SparkFun for the Roving Networks RN-41 Bluetooth module lets you add a Bluetooth interface to a device that has a 3.3 V serial port. Two 0.1″ headers spaced 0.8″ apart makes it easy to use with standard solderless breadboards and 0.1″ perfboards. All pertinent pins are broken out and labeled. The RN-41 Bluetooth module on this carrier has firmware version 6.15.

Pololu item #: 2725
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The BlueSMiRF is an easy-to-use Bluetooth serial link that works over a range of logic voltages from 3.3 V to 6 V. It has a transmission distance of up to 18 meters. The board carries the RN-42 Class 2 Bluetooth module from Roving Networks, which is a robust, FCC-approved Bluetooth module. A single 0.1″ header for all the pins makes it easy to use with standard solderless breadboards and 0.1″ perfboards.

Pololu item #: 1612
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This is an evaluation board from SparkFun for the Silicon Laboratories Si4703 FM tuner chip. Beyond being a simple FM radio, the Si4703 is also capable of detecting and processing both Radio Data Service (RDS) and Radio Broadcast Data Service (RBDS) information. The Si4703 does filtering, carrier detection and captures data such as the station ID and song name.

Pololu item #: 2138
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The Locosys LS20031 GPS receiver integrates a MediaTek MT3339 66-channel GPS chip with a ceramic antenna to create a complete GPS module that can track up to 66 GPS satellites at a time. The GPS module supports up to a 10Hz update rate, a built-in rechargeable battery for rapid satellite acquisition (external power is still required for normal operation), and more than 6 different NMEA ASCII sentences that are output to a TTL-level serial port.