lucicop wrote:I think you also need to take into account the interrupt latency of the processor sending the data (and receiving), so you will have much lower throughput in real life.
This is very true. I was basically just giving an upper bound on the wireless throughput, but overall data throughput will be determined to a large extent by the limitations of your LPC2103. With two 24L01's and very well-designed software, I see no reason that you couldn't get full-duplex 115 kbps throughput overall at the serial link.
Since you are using two 24L01's basically side by side, make sure your receive and transmit channels are spread very far apart so the have minimal interference on one another if you are attempting to do true full-duplex communication. You will also have to use two antennas per box unless you are a really spiffy RF engineer and can put both 24L01's onto one.
I would recommend starting out with just one 24L01 and trying to get things working with that setup. Once you get that going, build from there and add the second 24L01 because this will increase your complexity immensely. I have seen several people who are building wireless serial ports with the 24L01, but no one I've seen so far have gone with 2 24L01's for a true full-duplex solution. Hats off to you if you can get it working. You're welcome to do a short write-up that I'll post to my website if you want to release the design to the public.