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HOW TO: Build a wireless receiver and transmitter device

Rf Receiver Transmitter Atmega32
Refik writes – “Today you cannot see an embedded device without RF (Radio Frequency) capabilities, without the option to transfer data wireless. So I decided to make a little project that can be understood, handled and implemented by everybody; simplicity rules.”Link.

54 thoughts on “HOW TO: Build a wireless receiver and transmitter device

  1. not sure if your still around but i believe i have a great new invention and would greatly appreciate u being in our team with some of the ground work. if your interested  please feel free to reach me at type interest in subject. if your willing to join this project, thanks hope to here from you soon. Roberto

  2. hello mam/sir ,

    i’m making a project on based of wireless technology , that work is break red light networks from 50 mitre distance , plz tell about that my no. is +919910552446

  3. hi sir,
    i’m making a tracked rc robot, and i wanted to use a transmitter (and receiver) that uses a ps2 controller can you please help me?

    p.s.: if you can it would be good for me to have a scheme of the project and a chart with all the electronic components.

    thanks! :)

    My e-mail:

  4. hi sir
    I’m planning to make a receiver and transmitter that i can fix on my RC aeroplane .
    can u please help me in giving a chart with all the electronicals component required to perform the activity . i will be very obliged to u .

    thanks! i m waiting for ur reply ………………

  5. Hii sir,
    I want build the Rf radio transmitter and reciver with the multi channel support , so plzz sir kindly help me by giveing your suggesions and can you tell me which books i have to reffer for very good quality of matter… iam waitng for your ans sir..

  6. Dear Sir Please Help Me About Total material and things are needed to make a Rc Helicopter and making a wifi range divces thnks sir help
    my contact no is +919560726104

  7. hello sir,
    i am student of electronics and telicommnication,i want to make a wireless communication sytem that works for off line of sight…
    can u plz tell me,how can i achieve this……..?

  8. hi

    im wanting to make a system up for my car yousing a transmitter and reciver in my track car to switch on camaras and do other things and if this is posiable and it all works it will be put in 4s&rotarys NZ magazine with your name on the page under elictrical systems give me and email plz

    thanks jason

  9. Hello sir, i currently a student and i am already considering what i will like to present as a project to my lecturer which i know he will like me to work towards..
    pls sir, my aim is to set up a wireless device which can be accessed in a range of 100metre to 300m or less.
    So sir, i will like to put me through on how to go about tthis and how to achieve it.
    Pls sir, i will like you to give a list of all the components that will be required of me, and the circuit diagram to make it a reality.

    Sir, you can reach me on my email addresses….
    E-mails: or or

    I will be very much grateful if you can help me out…
    Thank you.

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    world, have become basically addicted and dependent on our radios.
    Another consideration when choosing your software is whether you will be connecting to a single stream or
    multiple streams. Some radio stations have also started making use of streaming MP3 format, which could be
    played through Winamp.

  11. It really is developed in this type of way that it makes the driver comfortable and in charge as if they are driving an actual car.
    Car kits are Utilized by the users in their Auto mobiles to
    Find the way through directions and keep on connected
    with the Cell phone continuously. There are twelve programmable
    G-Keys on the left side of the keyboard.

  12. Please i really need the details and tutorials on how to make this transmitter and receiver. Pls can you kindly forward it to my email

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