I'd like to add a 433MHz receiver transmitter module to my raspberry pi - I know there are some kits, but this will require some hardware poking and soldering and I'm looking forward to it. The goal will be to receive the signal of some remote temperature and humidity sensors, decode the signal - understand their data structure and display and log them accordingly.

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    • wpreston2
      about 5 years ago by wpreston2 | Reply

      I've got an 866MHz transceiver connected to my raspberry PI, but as yet no software (RFM69 module). I also have a couple of heating controllers from Aldi I'd like to connect wirelessly (http://www.thermy.de/), and a simple motor for window shutters. The goal is to connect with a PIC or microcontroller and investigate protocols.

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