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wsemajb
Post subject: replacing a photo sensor with RF Posted: Thu Apr 12, 2007 7:28 pm

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What is required to replace a small board mounted photo sensor with an RF trigger? I'm just having fun with a little project and would like to use something cheap and near at hand like a baby monitor or walkie-talkie to activate a board that is presently activated by a board mounted two pin photo sensor.


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wsemajb
Post subject: Posted: Thu Apr 12, 2007 7:28 pm

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...or even a garage door opener?


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Post subject: Posted: Wed Apr 18, 2007 4:06 pm

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If I understand you correctly, you will basically need a transmitter and receiver. There are IC's of this kind operating in the ISM freuqncy bands for example 434MHz, 868MHz, 915MHz etc. The receiver will detect the transmitted signal and generate a trigger that will operate/enable your circuit.

Hope this helps.


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Post subject: Please contact RF CafePosted: Tue May 15, 2007 9:07 am

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Greetings wsemajb:

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