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TiDiGino, the Arduino-based GSM remote control

Posted on Saturday, January 7th, 2012 in Arduino, open source, wireless by the machinegeek


Boris writes about a new open source Arduino-based GSM remote control module, the TiDiGino:

Using an ATmega 2560 and therefore the heart of Arduino, we have developed a universal remote control with GSM. This allows to control 2IN/2OUT, DTMF key, gate control and GSM thermostat activated remotely.
The remote control very simple to use, thanks to the availability of several libraries that allow you to do anything to the Arduino microprocessor; if there is not really a specific library, you can modify an existing one. Thus was born TiDiGino, based on the chip ATmega 2560 used in Arduino Mega. Our system has connectors S.I.L. to mount any shield, each of them is in the same location where you would be in the original development platform, which enables the use of commercial and in any case the standard shield.

Project details, schematic and source code link can be found on the Open Electronics website.

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