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Old 1st March 2009, 04:05 PM   #1
TJF is offline TJF  Germany
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can somebody tell me some basics about this ST-Connection? I've found this product (transceiver and receiver) with a bandwidth of 80MHz/7MHz (transceiver/receiver) and 10MBit/s/5MBit/s: harting

Bandwith and datarate is not very high. Are there special products with better performance? Is it possible to transmit 192kHz/24 ?

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