gphone and RF transceiver

by jonathan » Fri, 15 Jan 2010 06:47:21 GMT


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 does GPhone support receiving signal/data from a nRF2401A Transceiver
or similar?
- The Nordic Semiconductor nRF2401A ultralow power 2.4GHz transceiver?
link to the device 
 http://www.nordicsemi.com/index.cfm?obj=product& ;act=display&pro=64



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