- Oct 9, 2012
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Just curious. Radenso said that Theia is going to be their flagship and they will likely make cheaper models using the same processing tech. How will those cheaper models be different? Since their processing detects basically everything and should not have any falses, it seems that the only thing they can limit in the cheaper models in range? Thoughts.
There are lots of ways that we could cut BOM cost. Eliminating LNAs, not using a metal case, using cheaper (or eliminating) GPS/BT components, using a ADC with lower bit depth and lower sample rate, using a smaller FPGA, etc. I'm not saying we will do any of that (honestly it's too early, we haven't decided) just that those are all ways to cut cost and sacrifice a bit of range/features.