nRF24LE1 + MCU

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Re: nRF24LE1 + MCU

Postby fintor » Fri Jun 01, 2012 8:20 am

If you're using a chip antenna, then you have to put it at the end of the board, because (at least with most chip antennas) you typically don't want to run a ground plane under it or past it.


So it should be okay to put it in one corner, as long as there is no ground plane running under it or past it?

Thanks for all the replies. It has been of immense help :)
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Re: nRF24LE1 + MCU

Postby brennen » Fri Jun 01, 2012 12:23 pm

fintor wrote:So it should be okay to put it in one corner, as long as there is no ground plane running under it or past it?

That should work out just fine. Do consult the datasheet for your particular chip antenna to find out if it's one of the rare ones that actually needs a ground plane under it or other special components before you do the layout, though. :ugeek:
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Re: nRF24LE1 + MCU

Postby AyushJain » Wed Apr 06, 2016 9:02 am

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You can find code of so many projects using NRF
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