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Discussion in 'Electronic Basics' started by [email protected], Apr 20, 2005.

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  1. Guest

    Ok, I'm not even an electroncis novice, which would be shortly
    apparent, anyway... but this sounds like it is a really simple design
    and I'm wondering if I could pick up the components to put it together
    based on my skill level.

    My skill level: I can build a PC from components, fire it up, and
    have it work. I can work on an automobile and retain all of my
    digits. I can probably solder something if I make a couple of test
    runs first. I can weld.

    What I want: A simple transmitter/receiver (two-way) that will work
    short range, up to ten yards or so that draws minimal power, takes up
    minimal space, is cheap, and can be set to frequencies that don't
    interfere with anything that would get me in trouble. I don't want
    any pacemakers hitting tripletime around this, heh.

    Does something like this exist that I can pick up off the shelf or do
    I need to find a way to put it together? With all of the remote
    control technology and walkie/talkie type stuff out there, I'd believe
    the former to be true, but hav eno clue where to start. It's all for
    a pet project, btw.
     
  2. Jamie

    Jamie Guest

    http://www.oatleyelectronics.com/remote.html

    look there
    you can find some ready made Recievers and Transmitters.
    you need to read completely to select what you want.
     
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