ESP32-M1 Reach Out

by Bison Science

A compact, richly-featured, open-hardware ESP32-M1 dev board with a Wi-Fi range of up to 1.2 km

View all updates Apr 07, 2021

Transmitter Power Settings Guide Published

by Manimaran Kanesan

We recently published a Transmitter Power Settings Guide for Wi-Fi communication using ESP32-M1 Reach Out. It explains the power table, related code, and the steps required to increase or decrease transmitter power using the RFFE. It also covers bypass mode and provides measurements.

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Manimaran Kanesan


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ESP32-M1 Reach Out

A long-range, small-form-factor, USB-powered ESP32 Wi-Fi transceiver board with a 1 W (30 dBm) RFFE module. Provides external antenna connectors for Wi-Fi and Bluetooth, GPIOs, and support three different output voltages.


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ESP32-A1 Antenna

A low-profile, planar antenna with an RPSMA connector. (1 dBi gain for BT and 2.5 dBi gain for Wi-Fi.) Able to fit on top of ESP32-M1 Reach Out for 2.4 GHz to 2.5 GHz applications.


$12

5 dBi hinged, dipole antenna with an RPSMA connector

For 2.4GHz to 2.5GHz application, including Wi-Fi and Bluetooth.


$8

3 dBi hinged, dipole antenna with an RPSMA connector

For 2.4GHz to 2.5GHz application, including Wi-Fi and Bluetooth.

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Bison Science

Bison Science based in Perth, Western Australia a hardware tech house designing communication and electronic products to reach global tech communities. Bold, affordable, open source platforms engineered for usefulness and high quality.


Manimaran Kanesan

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