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Nuts & Volts Magazine (October 2005)

A Whimsical Doorbell

By A. Latorre    View In Digital Edition  

The use of radio frequency (RF) control for switching devices is becoming increasingly popular. The project described here uses RF control to actuate a zany, whimsical doorbell. The electronics involved in this circuit can be used to control more practical projects, such as a garage door opener, appliance turn-on, wireless home signaling (paging), and remote sensing.


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