Wireless Projects

RC5 Protocol Remote Control Decoder

RC5 Protocol Remote Control Decoder

This project shows how to decode IR remote controls which uses Philips RC5 protocol with microchip PIC16F84A microcontroller. You can find details about RC5 on Wikipedia Related topics: Philips RC5 & LG TV Remote Control Decoder IR Remote Control Based On PIC Microcontroller The RC5  protocols can be divided into 4 parts: 1-start bit, 2-Toggle …

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GSM Based Digital Wireless Notice Board Using PIC16F877A Microcontroller

GSM Based Digital Wireless Notice Board Using PIC16F877A Microcontroller

Are you looking for Final year Electronics Engineering Project? Here CircuitsGallery presents GSM based electronics and telecommunication engineering projects for students. You can submit this as your academic project. Our project is nothing but a GSM based notice board using PIC that is capable of displaying SMS received by it. You can specify what content that …

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BA1404 HI-FI Stereo FM Transmitter 88 – 108 MHz usnig pic microcontoller

BA1404 Stereo FM Transmitter Components: BA1404 IC 38KHz Crystal L1 – 3.5 Turns Variable Coil 1x PCB 1x 38KHz Crystal Oscillator 1x DIP-18 IC Socket 1x 3.5T Variable Precision RF Coil 1x 10uH Inductor 4x 10uF/50V Gold Audio Capacitors 4x 1nF Ceramic Capacitors 2x 1nF Mylar Capacitors 1x 220pF Ceramic Capacitor 5x 10pF Ceramic Capacitors …

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DMA Packet Sending and Receiving

PIC32 Realtime Network Audio

Supported Browser For optimal experience with the equations, please use a browser that can render MathML, such as Firefox or Safari. Chromium-based browsers apparently do not support MathML. Introduction This project sends and receives low-latency audio over the network using the PIC32 microcontroller. In this project, we implemented a system that sends audio packets over …

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R-C-Controlled-Switch-for-Drones

R/C Controlled Switch for Drones

Although there are MANY good circuits available on the internet for similar projects, I had a dedicated problem to solve. Most of the circuits available switches their outputs on at mid stick position (50%). My drones all use six channels (Throttle, Aileron, Rudder, Elevator, GPS Mode, Flight Mode), thus not leaving any spare channel to …

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