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Simple little RC

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hantto

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Hi i was just wondering if it's difficult to design a RC sender/reciver that has left/right and forward? all button operated.
 

McGuinn

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Hantto: Not hard at all using some off the shelf components. Have a look at the HT12E and HT12D. The 'E' is an encoder for RF transmitters, encodes binary and an address. 'D' is a decoder and takes a signal from a Receiver and decodes that if the address matches what is set on the pins. The output is binary and can easily interfaced into a circuit.

The RF transmitter/receiver could be the following units:
http://www.rfsolutions.co.uk/products/rf_modules/Fm_433.htm
I built a circuit using these and very few other components, the range using a 1/4 wave aerial is up to 50M indoors and 250M outdoors LOS.

So the answer is, it's as difficult as you can make it.

Enjoy.
 
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