RF-enable your microcontroller projects

RF-enable your microcontroller projects

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:

Need a simple, one-way, wireless data transmission for your microcontroller projects? This article will show you how to interface and properly use a $14 RF Wireless Module from SparkFun.

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

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  1. morganw says:

    Scott Carrier is an author & This American Life contributor who took the theory that humans’ endurance allowed them to hunt animals like antelope that can run faster, but only for short bursts, to the test.

    His book is Running After Antelope. He talks to Morning Edition about it: http://www.npr.org/templates/story/story.php?storyId=1123095

    and recorded a story for TAL: http://www.thislife.org/Radio_Episode.aspx?sched=685

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