@ddos Yes, that would work - if VIN1 is pin 5, VOUT1 is pin 6, VIN2 is pin 2 and VOUT2 is pin 3, that is.
It's a bad habbit to have "double pins" in the schematic. You should really make a pin for each ground connection - just my 2 bits.
I have updated the schematic to rev. 1.1.
The following has been changed:
Comments are more than welcome.
@scalz Yes, the Vishay one is more precies indeed, but my main reason for putting the Silabs one on the board, was to detect the ambient light level.
Reg. the mosfet, yes I could have used a single fet. I think the reason why I did it like this, was that in a previous project, I was controlling higher voltages, hence the need for the n-fet.
Anyway, I'm not sure if I will keep it or if I will just let the radio be powered on, all the time, in the next rev.
what are peoples experiences. On a longer timescale, is the recommended radio the HopeRF one, or could it be Nordic as well? Because of the lower frequency of the HopeRF radios, range/penetration could better, compared to 2.4GHz, but are there any tests that prove this?
What is the general opinion about radio selection?