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  1. Moiz Nagaria

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    so basically I found a stash of used broken electronic appliances. I got my soldering iron and started fetching out some useful components and I came across this one (imgs attached).

    I got this out my old Wireless telephone handset I don't know what it is neither do i know how to use it. can someone help me? I found more components which are not identifiable which I might post in a different thread.
     

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  2. KUMARA SHP

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    It is easy to determine the function of circuit if you can remove the top metal cover, so we can look into IC s used there and determine the functionality.
     
  3. Moiz Nagaria

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    ok wait. my soldering iron is getting heated. I'll remove it and upload a pic
     
  4. tedstruk

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    The dude has discovered a radio set....
    my famous signature below says...
     
  5. Moiz Nagaria

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    was just too scared to fidget with it
     

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  6. Moiz Nagaria

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    a radio set? hmmm how can I reuse it? are there any DIY devices I can construct?
     
  7. KUMARA SHP

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    I am not sure about way to reconstruct.
    Just Try that IC number in google, you will find more details.
     
  8. Moiz Nagaria

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    6859-3P-100/12
    5747-12-00
    P2PTG/B3N27
    02/08/07/R/04

    o_O:confused:
     
  9. davenn

    davenn Moderator

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    some sort of 2.4 GHz transceiver


    not unless you know its exact function and what all the connections do
     
  10. Moiz Nagaria

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    OH yes I saw that. thanks


    Can someone just provide me a serial number or anything so I can get a cheat sheet or something to work on it. it's scrap anyway, I just don't want to throw away the component without getting the best out of it. :D
     
  11. hevans1944

    hevans1944 Hop - AC8NS

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    The only thing I see worth salvaging is the crystal oscillator, located in the oblong silver can at the lower left corner of your photo... unless you need a few dozen or so SMD resistors and capacitors of unknown (but measurable) value. The proprietary microcontroller under the epoxy blob isn't worth the effort to remove, much less figure out how to re-purpose.
     
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