Inspired by a recent post by "Rich Mullen"...about multiplexing, I can see a solution to a (another) problem that could be solved for me if I could multiplex the "Receiver section" of the RFM007.
I vaguely recall some now obsolete RFM007 "look-alike" which offered this capability....that is one transmitter and the use of links to choose an external aerial...(I will search it out)....but what I see as a great answer for me is to use a multiplexer to sequentially take input from an array or chorus of nearby satellite aerials (perhaps with simple buffers...etc)...TX..Aerial1, Tx...Rx2, Tx...Rx3,...Tx...Rxn...etc.
I have a RFM007 with me now, can some member or TI member point me to the capacitor on the PCB which connects the receiver to the common aerial.
I have previously lamented I have no schematic and am not keen to trace out the RFM007 circuit...I will try this out....can any one show me the component to gain access to the receiver?
Many Regards... (thanks Rich)
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