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Nuts & Volts Magazine (June 2017)

Cheap and Dirty Wireless Remote Control

By Louis E. Frenzel    View In Digital Edition  


Dealing with RF circuits is daunting for most experimenters. It is tricky and a bit frustrating if you build your own RF circuits. Now you don’t have to -- thanks to the many available wireless modules. These units are designed for short-range projects and most feature FSK (Frequency-shift keying) data transmission in the industrial-scientific-medical (ISM) bands. Recently, I tried out some modules to implement a remote control off-on circuit. It was easy to put together and an immediate success.

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