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Dirt Cheap Wireless Control

Dirt Cheap Wireless Control

By Louis E. Frenzel    View In Digital Edition  

I’m a sucker for cheap electronic parts, especially wireless stuff. Just recently, a catalog from one of my favorite parts distributors (All Electronics) came in the mail and was promoting some wireless modules: a transmitter (TX) and a receiver (RX) for just a few bucks each. I ordered immediately. Now that I had these wireless modules, I wasn’t sure what to do with them. I had no plan or goal in mind. So, I decided I would just experiment for fun. This article sums up what I did and what I learned.


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