A HopeRF RFM69HW experimenters board for the Raspberry PI. Intended for UKHASnet experiments.

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This board brings the HopeRF RFM69HW ISM radio modules to the Raspberry Pi. It brings out all spare Pi GPIOs and the GPIOs on the radio module to headers, and provides a small prototyping space. It also has an on-board 3.3 volt regulator, because the radio module is capable of drawing more than the Raspberry Pi's regulator has to spare.

There are very few details as yet for this project, all I've done is design the board and put in an order for a pack of them from China. You can find the Eagle files and Gerbers in the GitHub repository, and that's about it. The idea is that I'll also make them available for sale if it turns out to be any good. More to come as it happens.

  • 1 × PCB Electronic Components / Misc. Electronic Components
  • 1 × 26-way socket for Pi
  • 1 × 13-way SIL socket if required for GPIOs
  • 1 × 7-way SIL socket if required for RFM69 I/O
  • 1 × 78m033 SMD regulator

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