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forumlicker007

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Varchasvini, i will help you to make the specified mini project. What I all want is how is it going to be designed in your expectation. make a deteailed reply on your project.how about a toy car that'll be more easier than a boat riding in water?
 

forumlicker007

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You can buy a 4-channel remote control car for $10.00 from the $2.00 shops.
A school project is for learning the lessons while constructing the things by theirown. it is much like a practical implementation of a year or more long luctures and theories.let him do it by his own ideas and procedures:) u need a UHF level receiver working over 400MHz range.
 

colin55

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You can pull the $10.00 toy apart and put the H-bridge on a separate board and use the 5-channel decoder to do other things.

You can pull the transmitter apart and use the parts to produce 4 channels. There is absolutley no way you are going to buy the parts for $10.00 as separate items as the TX3 and RX3 IC's cost more than $10.00 alone.
 

colin55

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No. The Chinese $2.00 shops have remote control cars for $10.00

You can even get the micro cars for $5.00

You could not get a kit like this for $10.00 from Silicon Chip.
 

HarveyH42

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With a boat, you seldom need reverse, wouldn't bother for a mini project. You would need two channels, one for rudder, one for the propeller. Wouldn't even consider building my own transmitter/receiver, as that is not a 'mini-project' (not even close).

Instead of a rudder, you could use duel propellers. If this is small and simple, wouldn't bother with speed control.
 
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