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README

One signal radio frequency transmitter and receiver

  • Problems finding your port for a plugged in board? Try hitting the board reset button, or change the connection cable.

Transmitter:

Required materials:

  1. RedBoard or Arduino Uno
  2. Breadboard - 1/4 size is sufficient
  3. Button
  4. Jumper wires - 2 black, 2 orange, 1 red
  5. RF transmitter (pin diagrams linked under Documents -> Datasheet)

Assembly:

  • 2 black "ground" wires: Connect the RB GND to pin 1 of the RF transmitter. Connect other GND to one side of the button
  • 2 orange "transmitter signal" wires: Connect RB pin ~9 to pin 2 of the RF Transmitter. Connect RB pin 4 to other side of button
  • 1 red "power" wire: Connect RedBoard 5V to pin 3 of the RF Transmitter.

Receiver

Required materials:

  1. Breadboard - 1/4 size is sufficient
  2. Jumper wires - 2 black, 1 orange, 1 red
  3. RF receiver (pin diagrams linked under Documents -> Datasheet)
  4. power adapter
  5. 6V battery holder
  6. Piezo Buzzer

Get RF (radio frequency) receiver, power adapter, 6V battery holder, breadboard, piezo buzzer, jumper wires - 1 black Connect battery holder to power adapter, power adapter red wire to pin 5 of RF Receiver and black wire to negative power rail. 1 black “ground” wire: ground rail to pin 1 of RF Receiver Connect Piezo red to pin 3 of RF Receiver, Piezo black to ground rail An Antenna can be attached to pin 8 of the RF Receiver and ground pin 8

Assembly:

  • Connect battery holder to power adapter, power adapter red wire to pin 5 of RF Receiver and black wire to negative power rail.
  • 1 black “ground” wire: ground rail to pin 1 of RF Receiver
  • Connect Piezo red to pin 3 of RF Receiver, Piezo black to ground rail
  • An Antenna can be attached to pin 8 of the RF Receiver and ground pin 8
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