Andrew blogged about his cheap car remote jammer ‘detector‘: There are a number of ‘detectors’ available but the prices range from about R500 to over a few thousand! Generally these simply determine if there is a signal being transmitted for an extended period of time, and if there is it will sound an audio or […]
Colin Reese blogged about his MEGA controller build: Last we met, we built a prototype temperature wireless RF temperature controller. We got some good ideas and a Beer Fridge monitor out of the deal. We also realized, however, that we were flying pretty close to the sun in terms of the available memory we had to […]
Colin over at CuPID Controls writes: We want to put our remote sense and control modules out into the wild and read and aggregate them as it makes sense. Our basic system layout is as below. We’ve got multiple wireless nodes that broadcast data periodically, and a controller/aggregator that will log this data, acknowledge […]
Arthur sent in his USB infrared decoder. It uses a PIC18F2550 to process the IR signal and send it to the PC as keyboard commands. Via the contact form.