nRF24L01

nRF24L01 is a single chip radio transceiver for the world wide 2.4 - 2.5 GHz ISM band. The transceiver consists of a fully integrated frequency synthesizer, a power amplifier, a crystal oscillator, a demodulator, modulator and Enhanced ShockBurst™ protocol engine. The nRF24L01+ is based on the Nordic Semiconductor nRF24L01+ “RF transceiver IC for the 2.4GHz ISM (Industrial, Scientific, and Medical)

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Check Out This DIY Arduino-Powered Metal Detector Robot

“Everyone loves metal detecting. But when you combine it with remote-controlled robots, the experience is taken to a whole new level. Read on to find out how to build one for yourself! Like most projects of this nature, you’ll …

Hand gesture control wheelchair for disabled people

“With the help of hand gesture corresponding to the Accelerometer sensor the wheel chair will move The percentage of disabled people has increased in both rural and urban part of India. The disability could be by birth or due to …

NRF24 Based Drone Setup

“Just another “DRONE PROJECT” with a custom Transmitter and Reciever setup based on Arduino Nano and NRF24L01 Module”

GorillaBot the 3D Printed Arduino Autonomous Sprint Quadruped Robot

“Every year in Toulouse (France) there’s the Toulouse Robot Race #TRR2021 The race consists of a 10 meter autonomous sprint for biped and quadruped robots. The current record I gather for quadrupeds is 42 seconds for a 10 meter …

The Ultimate Wireless Keyboard Mark 2

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Physical Twin: an Interactive Remote Painting Device

“The project was conducted as a part of the Computational Design and Digital Fabrication Seminar in the International Master of Science Programme: ITECH Introduction Physical Twin is an artistic robot which enjoys painting with the collaboration of humans. Integrating the …

How to Build a Battebot With Cardboard and Arduino

“I created battlebots using the Arduino UNO and cardboard was used to build the bodies. I tried to use affordable supplies and gave the kids creative freedom on how to design their battle bots. Battlebot receives commands from the wireless …

How to Make a Wireless Tin-Can Telephone! (Arduino Walkie Talkie)

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Upcycled RC Car

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