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PlayStation 2 controller connected over a RFM12 wireless module

Posted on Thursday, March 8th, 2012 in Arduino, AVR by DP

Dustin connected his PlayStation 2 to a PC wirelessly using two RFM12 modules to make the link. On both sides AVRs with Arduino bootloaders drive the wireless modules. All the source code for this project is available.

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  1. sajad says:

    send me your cod

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