Linx makes wireless simple by developing and manufacturing wireless products that are easy for engineers of all skill levels to use. The company’s modules, remote controls, evaluation kits and master development systems feature straightforward hardware configuration and clear documentation. Linx products make it simple for engineers and hobbyists to integrate wireless features without the hassle and expense of engineering RF functionality from scratch. Linx also offers an extensive line of antennas, connectors and cable assemblies for a wide variety of applications.
Linx Technologies RF Modules and antennas are the only RF components you need to add wireless features to your product. The modules are already tested, so you don’t need to spend time tuning discrete components or setting registers which saves you the hassle and expense of engineering RF functionality from scratch.
Linx Technologies offers a great variety of RF Modules and antennas allowing you to choose the RF components which directly matches your needs. We strive to make every engineer a hero in record time™ and by minimizing the risk, delays, and technical challenges for design engineers we are able to make your products wireless and connect them to the Internet of Things (IoT).
The Linx wireless remote control products are ideal for basic remote control or command applications. This line features a variety of completely finished RF transmitters and receivers that have received FCC and Industry Canada certifications. The 433MHz versions have also received European CE certification. This greatly reduces the time and expense of adding wireless remote control features to a product. There are three families to choose from.
If you choose to incorporate our Linx components in your design, we relentlessly focus on ensuring your successful product launch
Linx’s Antenna Factor Antennas has the industry’s broadest selection of antennas for a wide variety of applications. For customers with specialized needs, custom antennas and design services are available along with simulations of antenna performance to speed development.