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RF protocol

Discussion in 'Radio and Communications' started by victorgozan, Feb 2, 2016.

  1. victorgozan

    victorgozan New Member

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    I am using RB-Ite-108 433Mhz RF link kit for my project. Please which RF protocol does it work on, such as WiFi, ZigBee, zwave etc. A picture of the module is attached below.
     

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    jpanhalt Well-Known Member Most Helpful Member

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    It looks like those are just a receiver and transmitter pair. You have to decide which protocol to use. ZigBee is proprietary, so you can eliminate it. Don't know about "etc." Have you checked Manchester? Nigel Goodwin's tutorials here are an excellent introduction. Links are in his signature.

    John
     
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    MikeMl Well-Known Member Most Helpful Member

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    None at all. The best you can do is OOK (On-Off-Keying), otherwise known as Morse code.:smug:

    Read this
     
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  5. Nigel Goodwin

    Nigel Goodwin Super Moderator Most Helpful Member

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    No protocol at all, you need to write a suitable protocol in order to use them - my tutorials have examples.
     
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    Mosaic Well-Known Member

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    Also..Wifi is 2.4Ghz or so.
     
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    I probably wont get any likes:arghh: ..... But I used inverted serial (8,N,1) 2400 baud, straight off the UART, with similar to your module shown , but distance / reception was intermittent:( so went to 433Mhz AUR'EL transcivers , same 'protocol' suggest you start the bit stream with h'00 h'00 h'AA to get RX happy... :D
    Suggest some kind of sum check and re-transmit as bit loss can happen. sorry about all the faces.
     
  8. victorgozan

    victorgozan New Member

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    Thank you all for your immediate replies
     

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