| Re: Re: Need to build!
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>Crusader electronics will be available, both assembled and in >parts-pcb-assembly plan version, but we prefer assembled version, because it >doesn't add much to the price and may actually be easier to send via postal >service (cause of its compact size).
So what is the price of both versions? I need both because I already bought some
parts. And I plan to experiment with laser and nonlaser versions. We have sea here and need a link across a bay too.
How to pay and, the most important, when delivery will be?
May I pay tomorrow for example?
>100mbit is not as sensitive as 10mbit, due to higher speed (smaller energy per >information bit) and wider receiver frequency band necessary (translates to more >noise over bandwidth).
What approximately distance factor with the same lens?
>If you have plenty of time, Ronja may satisfy you as well as Crusader (10mbit
No I have no time at all
>Crusader philosophy (well, my) is to make it cheap by using machines and high >volume series, not by hiding all of the assembly work necessary by letting buyers >do it themselves. You don't make every transistor at home, do you?
When I am short of money I do :(( as the most of us...
>So, Crusader will be for sale, my radioamateur friends try to assemble that >nonassembled version to test whether it is possible to do it without special >equipment, but I'd suggest this way only if it were very difficult to import it to your >country assembled. Most of the parts on pcbs are resistors, inductors, capacitors >- ie no prob, but core devices are SMD with very narrow pad spacing..
It's not a big problem... Somewhere in the past we sold 386SX proc to 286 motherboard with smd place(very seldom motherboard)...successfully