I would like a help about which wireless solution is the best to make a project in the country. I need at least 1 mile distance and also really cheap.
I was looking at the MC12311 is it adequate to use?
MC12311 is indeed a very good option. This is a cost effective SubGHz radio with powerful range capabilities using internal power boost to get up to +17dBm pwr output. You can use the SMAC software stack for point-to-point or start network communications. If you need a more robust network sw stack, you may build it on top of SMAC, or else choose one of our third parties that have already developed 6LowPan / IPv6 based SW stacks.
Sub-GHz radios are recommended for Neighborhood Area Networks and "last mile" communications.
I recommend you to learn more about this device in the following webpage: Connectivity Sub-1 GHz Wireless Solutions By Freescale
Freescale also offer 2.4GHz radios (802.15.4 complaint), which are recommended for Home Area Networks using networks protocols like ZigBee, RF4CE, and others.
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