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We've updated the HopeRF Product Selection Guide to make it easier to select the HopeRF module best suited to your needs. It includes a summary of our recommended products' open air transmission distances, transmit power outputs, receive sensitivity, etc. UPDATED JUNE 2018.
All HopeRF modules are supplied 'as is' as components for inclusion in your own products. We make no warranty in relation to whether a module is 'fit for purpose' for a specific application. Customers should seek professional advice in relation to issues such as EMC compliance, electrical safety, etc, depending on the applications to which they intend applying these components.
The ISM radio bands in Australia and New Zealand cover three frequency ranges, as detailed below.
2.40GHz to 2.5GHz:
Bandwidth for IEEE802.11/WiFi wireless LANs, IEEE802.15.4 LR-WPANS, Bluetooth and Zigbee (which also uses the 915MHz band). This frequency range offers much higher data throughput rates than the other two Sub-GHz ISM bands.
902MHz to 928MHz:
Bandwidth for compliant spread-spectrum RF devices up to 1W transmit power, and fixed-frequency devices up to 1mW transmit power.
433.05MHz to 434.79MHz:
Bandwidth for LIPD (Low Interference Potential Devices) that are predominantly used for FM repeaters and FM simplex (one way comms/control) devices.
For information about the 2.4GHz and 900GHz bands, refer to the Australian and New Zealand 'Radiocommunications (Low Interference Potential Devices) Class Licence 2015.
For information about the 433GHz bands, refer to the 'Spectrum at 434 MHz for Low Powered Devices'.