RF-enable your microcontroller projects


Jason writes –

Whether you’re an avid electronics guru or an armchair robo hacker, you’ve probably encountered a situation where it would be nice for your project to communicate information wirelessly. David from uC Hobby wrote in with a cheap solution to the problem a $14 RF Wireless Module from SparkFun.

  • Simple RF Wireless Link – Link.
  • SparkFun’s $14 RF Wireless Module – Link.

4 thoughts on “RF-enable your microcontroller projects

  1. BronzeG3 says:

    I’ve used these before in a project for school. The range is pretty good, but the digital output is really noisy. If transmitter isn’t sending anything, the receiver will throw random bits out to the microcontroller.

  2. Göran Persson says:

    You will have to compensate for that with your brillant code. Redundancy, error checking, coding.

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