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DIY wireless data transceiver

Posted on Thursday, April 25th, 2013 in DIY, wireless by DP

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Build your own wireless transceiver:

Have you ever wanted to send data from a sensor or project wirelessly? This simple circuit allows you to build your own wireless transceiver using two ICs, a transistor, and two resistors. The IC is from Melexis and uses On-Off Keying modulation and can be battery powered.

Via Electronics Lab.

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3 Responses to “DIY wireless data transceiver”

  1. Lars Berntzon says:

    Cool, but where is the receiver part?

  2. Mateusz says:

    Please go away… Silvershit product

  3. Denis says:

    Apparently Digikey has no idea what an MLX90125 is. It knows what the other one is

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