Using other than a wired connection to transfer signals or power. Includes optical and (ultra)sound, but most often refers to RF (radio-frequent). Distances can be as low as centimeters (e.g. RFID), there's no upper limit.

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Difference between 2.4GHz and 5Ghz wifi card at hardware level [on hold]

Good day all I am unable to find any information about the difference between 2.4Ghz and 5Ghz enabled wifi cards at a hardware level, what makes each unique and its different components. Reason: am ...
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Best way to wirelessly transmit data between two points over long distances [on hold]

So this is kind of a silly question, apologies in advance. Its for a tabletop game campaign, so "actual" realism is only partially required, but I like to be at least close to the real thing. I'm ...
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can switching regulators cause interference on wifi based circuits?

I read that buck and boost converter due its switching mode produces too many noises compared with linear regulators but it is more efficient. Can those those noises cause interference on boards with ...
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Right wireless tech for 1.5Km with LOS but small-power availability at remote end?

I'm not very experienced in wireless space. I wish to communicate with an Arduino device stationed at the back of my property, roughly 1500 meters away. I have line of sight, although blowing trees ...
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Xbee not activate on arduino micro [migrated]

I have 2 nodes: one is a PC+arduino mega+xbee the other one is arduino micro+xbee. The 2 xbees are communicating fine, I have tested this with 2 separate arduinos. My problem is that when the second ...
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how to remote control LED matrix within nearby sealed environment

I want to display text on an LED matrix that is located within a sealed environment. I want to change the text by remote control, by using my iPhone. Power is available in the environment for ...
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Which RF comms solution allows unidirectional short distance low data rate, low latency communication to the largest amount of receivers?

I'm interested in delivering 3 bytes to a bunch of recipients roughly every 50ms with a single transmitter. The data sent is unique to each recipient. I am curious which existing wireless comms ...
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Fastest and most accurate tracking method for relative orientation and position throughout a large field? [closed]

I need to implement a system which must be able to track relative location and orientation of points within a large space. My first idea is something like a magnet and comm chip at the points of ...
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Least overkill solution to transmit single bit wirelessly [closed]

I am looking for suggestions to transmit just a single bit wirelessly, through walls (limestone) and at a range of ~30-50ft. The purpose is a simple motion detector which produces a status bit and I ...
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Does a wireless receiver need always power? [closed]

In a wireless switch system, does the receiver always have to have power or are there methods that allow to power the circuit only when it has received the signal?
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How can I operate two ASK RF Transmitter modules(433 MHz) simultaneously without jamming each other?

Transmitting using this transmitter seems to jam many wireless devices (possibly using the same frequency) like car keyless entry remotes, garage door openers etc. Moreover, two such transmitters ...
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How can I know that 2 x-bee are paired before or not?

I got 2 x-bee from my school lab, and I want to use it. These 2 x-bee are paired before or not, how can I check it? What should I do to know whether it is paired or not?
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Highest achievable datarate for sub-1GHz wireless

According to this datasheet, Semtech LoRa can reach 9375 kbps, while CC1125 from TI has a maximum datarate of only 200 kbps, despite both operating on the same frequency (868/915). To reach its ...
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Lowest energy wireless protocol for specific wireless sensor node

There are so many options for low-power wireless communication these days. BLE is everywhere, and many other manufacturers try to push their protocols as well. LoRa, Dust, Zigbee, Thread, Sigfox, etc.,...
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Why does smart card antenna follow a “snake” pattern when approaching the chip?

This image is from this post which shows MasterCard plastic card being dissolved in acetone to have the circuitry extracted for further analysis (TL;DR further analysis failed because of chip ...
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What could be the reason for failure in using a single-phase full-bridge square wave inverter to drive a coil for wireless charging?

I am working on a wireless charging project that needs a three-phase inverter. I built the inverter (with flexible wiring using connectors) myself and tested it as a single-phase full bridge converter ...
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Relation between EM frequency/Intensity and voltage/current in a Circuit

Let's say I have a circuit connected to an antenna which listens for a certain frequency range. The antenna would generate an electric current. For an electromagnetic wave we have two main properties- ...
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CC1120 does not receive upon software upgrade

Note: only read if you have experience using Texas Instruments CC1120 modules earlier. I am using this development board by Texas Instruments with a CC1120 module hooked up on it. I have been using ...
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Remote Playback Device [closed]

I am looking for a small device/system that I can pre record a one or two word message on and play it back with the push of a remote button. Ideally, the remote would have 3-5 buttons for different ...
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Sending resistance values over bluetooth [closed]

I am diving into the deep here, as I am only familiar with audio electronics (guitar related). I thought of an educational project for myself to learn. It should be a miniature solution for the ...
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Wireless 2.4GHz to Bluetooth? [closed]

I've been wondering about this for a while; I have a Wireless 2.4GHz keyboard that requires a USB reciever to catch the signal. How great would it be though if I could use it on my phone, for ...
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Can all RX and TX chips be made compatible with each other? [closed]

I have quite a few Radio Controlled Toys, Some I have hacked so that they become autonomous. This gave rise to a question: Can all Receiver (RX) and Transmitter (TX) chip be somehow made compatible ...
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Wireless control of switches

This is slightly modified diagram of original one for control of DC motor using relays I got in this community. I added flyback diodes and battery for relay coils: My question is, is it possible to ...
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RF Scheme for fast DAQ (accelerometers)

I am looking to design a data aquisition scheme for a field project where initially 5-10 3-axis accelerometers will be placed on a flexible object to gain information on the amplitude reference forces ...
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Bluetooth pairing on Mac and Windows causes one to dismiss the other [duplicate]

My company is developing a Bluetooth-enabled robotics kit. We have found the following to be true: Pair device to computer A (a Mac) Pair device to computer B (a Windows PC) Computer A is now unable ...
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Actual procedure used to establish a MW link budget in telecom?

If it possible can someone share with me the actual procedure used (Not the theoretical steps in book !) like in Huawei or others telecom vendor to establish a Microwave Link between to sites Like ...
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What does the signal from an NFC pulse look like?

When a smartphone comes into close proximity with a passive NFC tag for example, what does the power pulse from the smartphone 'look' like? i.e what is the magnitude of power that is supplied, what is ...
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What do I need to transfer data from device A to device B? [closed]

Disclaimer: I have no experience or knowledge at this topic. I ask this only from curiosity. I want to build two devices. Device A should send data to device B. Device B should display the received ...
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Power consumption of text, voice, and video packet over a wireless network? [closed]

Does the power per packet vary for different data types such as text, voice and video? If so, does it mean that since text uses lesser number of bytes, it also requires less power to transmit?
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How to increase the distance of wireless power transfer?

I'm trying to make a wireless charger. But I want to make the distance farther. So, How can I increase the distance of wireless power transfer? Does making the frequency higher will increase the ...
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Step-up Voltage for Bluetooth Dongle to Increase Range?

Here's a bit of background to my enquiry: Recently I've had a project that involved me upgrading my laptop as much as possible, to get it to a standard where I'd have to buy a new machine if I wanted ...
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Wireless power within a stainless steel enclosure?

I need to transfer power wirelessly within a small SS tube that is not much larger than the diameters of the Tx and Rx coils. The coils are both inside the tube and are co-axial with it. Coils are ...
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How to evaluate quality of signal?

guys. I'm trying to evalute received signals from a transceiver. I'm a rookie in wireless communication. So I hope that you guys can help me out. I want to make a threshold of received signal so that ...
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Making an LED Transceiver Circuit

I'm building up a project to transmit data from one computer to another computer from a wireless media and I have to use LEDs for this purpose (As per the requirements of the project, so I can't use ...
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Measure temperature on a moving engine valve: transfer voltage and reading wireless?

I am an automotive engineer with very very little or almost zero electrical/electronics experience. I am working on logging real time temperature values on an engine exhaust valve and mounting a ...
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No communication with SIM900A using Arduino Uno

I am using Arduino Uno and trying to connect to a SIM900A GSM module using serial communication. I am not receiving anything from the module at all. The module powers on and has another LED flashing ...
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Does it use less power to process and compress data on a chip, or to transmit it to a station?

Let's say I had a grid of force resistors laid out in a pad. Every 5 minutes I'd apply power to the pad and read the resistance of every force resister. The pad itself would be powered by a battery, ...
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How might this RF double pole switch be constructed and perform?

So I'm aware that there are some high speed RF SPDT switches e.g. Single-Pole Double-Throw (SPDT) switch offering 20nS switching time. I'm interested in a switch like the following picture. This is ...
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Is the efficiency of (Qi) wireless charging affected by a metal surface?

I recently picked up a Galaxy S7 Edge and love it. I've also gone "all in" on wireless charging, now owning three chargers: a third party standard charger, a third party QC 2.0 (15W) Adaptive Fast ...
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Looking for Zigbee and Microcontroller [closed]

Looking for Zigbee and Microcontroller - Selection What series Zigbee wireless should I get? SAM R21 Xplained Pro for MUC to connect some sensor and zigbee. Wireless adapter should be something ...
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Low latency, high channel period wireless protocols

I was wondering if anyone can suggest any low latency high channel period wireless protocols or devices. I have been using the ANT and xbee chips to sample a digital signal however there channel ...
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QI charging over a large area

I am soon building a desk and I thought an interesting feature to have would be for the entire desk to essentially be a giant QI charger for my phone. Obviously, however, this has the problem that ...
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Will FCC EMC tests need to be redone?

In light of the new FCC rules that Chinese (and all non-MRA) labs will no longer recognised in July and all EMC tests need to be done at FCC-authorized Telecommunications Certification Bodies, for FCC ...
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Scheduling: Is is a Physical layer functionality or a Data(MAC) layer functionality or is it both?

Fellas, When we use the term SCHEDULING in wired/wireless communication, does it relate to a physical layer functionality or a Data (MAC) layer functionality or to both?
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Long range, wireless power transmission

What are the difficulties restricting the development of wireless power transmission over long distances? Could wireless power transmission be harmful and/or dangerous?
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Can you use an directional Antenna to sniff packets at a very long distance? [closed]

A normal wifi dongle can be configured in monitor mode to sniff out packets . What determine the range of distance the wifi dongle can sniff out? is it determined by what protocol the wifi dongle is ...
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receive a video file with a microcontroller [closed]

I want to send a video stream to a microcontroller via wifi. what microcontroller choose for this task? -Must take into account that the video will be transmitted through a phone -The video will be in ...
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possible to you add an external RF PA LNA to a chip that internal ones?

I'm working with a new generation of a wireless chip that now has a built-in PA and LNA. The trouble is that its sensitivity is -92dBm and my old version that did not have internal RF amplifier ...
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using 8 AA or Ni-MH batteries instead of one 12V 23A type battery to power a remote receiver

Sorry for the novice question, but I am thinking there should be a simple solution. I work as a magician and purchased an effect where a snake puppet in a basket goes up and down on a battery powered ...
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How to reverse-engineer a remote control?

I purchased a few bulbs which are manged via a wireless remote control. I would like to use them with my RPi (to which I would add the relevant transmitter-receiver module). Is there a way for a ...