04 Aug '12, 5pm

New post: Wireless sensor applications using Dorji'f DRF5150S and DRf4432S modules

New post: Wireless sensor applications using Dorji'f DRF5150S and DRf4432S modules

Some of their RF modules have an additional preprogrammed microcontroller that allows direct interface of selected analog and digital sensors to the module. This means you don’t need any external MCU or to write codes for these sensors. In this tutorial, Raj from Embedded Lab talks about their DRF5150S and DRF4432S RF modules which are very versatile and easy to use for wireless sensor applications. For illustrative purpose, Raj shows how to put them together to construct a simple wireless sensor application where data from a remote sensor are received and displayed on a PC, without using any external microcontrollers.

Full article: http://www.electronics-lab.com/blog/?p=19554

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