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Make Your Arduino Project Wireless in Minutes, With the Wireless Inventors Shield

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  Make your Arduino project wireless in minutes, with the Wireless InventorsShield The inventors shield uses a wireless pipe , which is a special wireless RF modulethat allows you to easily and reliably, send and receive error-free wireless databetween two or more Arduino boards. It's Long Range  – distances up to 500 feet (150 meter). It’s Error Free  – built-in forward error correction and data recovery, you only ever receive cleaned and CRC verified data. It’s Simple To Use  – anything you input, is wirelessly transmitted, then cleanlyoutputted for you on the other end. It’s Immune To Noise  – your data inside the wireless pipe is protected from theelements outside such as interferences like WiFi, Bluetooth, Zigbee, cordlessphones, cellular phones, all types of servo and motor noise, etc. All things whichtypically stop your wireless project in its tracks, are no longer an issue. How is this different from other wireless RF Shields for Arduino? Our Wireless Inventors Shield is complete . No additional RF module to purchasewhich makes it about half the price of other wireless Shields.This Shield will work with both Arduino and Arduino clones. Make your Arduino project wireless in minutes, with the WirelessInventors Shield  by opensourcerf (/member/opensourcerf/) Collection I Made it! Favorite Share (/) let's make share what you make >(/editInstructable/)   (/) Explore (/tag/type-id/)Create (/about/submit.jsp)Contests (/contest/)Community (/community/) You (/you/)   See More (/tag/type-id/?q=) Arduino Wifi Redback(/id/Arduino-Wifi-Redback/) by yhtomitsy Wireless gloves thatcontrols a robot bymoving your fingers(/id/robot-controlled-WiFly RN-XV Module -Wireless Arduino BoardTutorial - Intro (/id/WiFly-RN-XV-Module-Wireless-Arduino Wireless SerialCommunication(/id/Arduino-Wireless-Serial-Communication/)   Arduino + JY-MCU Module+ Bluetooth AndroidApplication (/id/Arduino-JY-MCU-Module- It has a substantial range improvement  over Zigbee, Xbee, Bluetooth and WiFi. We did range testing the same way you would do range testing, in a real world, liveapplication. The Google maps below illustrate our wireless RF Shields resultsagainst Zigbee (the best competitor tested): Wireless Inventors Shield for Arduino range test result (no configurationneeded).Zigbee radio module test - best configuration. In comparison our Shield hadnearly 3x more range.Zigbee radio module test - worst configuration. In comparison our Shield hadover 20x more range. If the above Zigbee radio modules were tested in an open field, without being near any WiFi or other types of interference, they too would perform the same as our Wireless Shield in either configuration. However this is simply unrealistic; sincetypical usage is in heavily populated WiFi areas. Unless your radio device isimmune to WiFi interference, it's range is going to be drastically reduced.Our Wireless Shield had no range reduction. It is immune to all WiFi and other 2.4GHz noise, therefore performing consistently and reliably in typical usage scenarios. Features: ã It's plug & play.ã No settings.ã No configurations.ã No long manuals to read.ã No data sheets to understand.ã No MAC addresses to deal with.ã No need to find the right channel.ã No complex functions to call.ã No escape command sequences to learn.ã No need to know anything about wireless at all.ã 2.4 GHz worldwide compliant.ã LEDs for TX and RXã Built-in antenna.ã Compliant and approved: FCC, IC, CE, ETSI, RoHS How do I use it? Just plug it onto your Arduino Uno (or clone).Here is all the code you need to know to send and receive wireless data: Serial.begin (9600); Serial.write (SendByte); ReceivedByte = Serial.read();That’s it. Yes, it really is just that simple! What can I do with it? You can make any Arduino project wireless instantly. This is a clean wireless-pipe,any bytes you put in one end, you get out the other. Since there is no protocol toadhere to, you are truly unrestricted. What else can I do with it? You can use a USB dongle, which allows the Arduino to wirelessly communicate withany computer or the web.You can use multi-button keyfobs to add very cool remote control capability to your  Arduino projects.You can also use your Arduino Wireless Shield to communicate with a stand-alonebreadboarding RF module that can plug into any standard solderless breadboard,giving you full range of flexibility with your project.  We have a be nice  comment policy. Please be positive and constructive.  I Made it! Add ImagesMake Comment edwin0791 (/member/edwin0791/) Can it work in groups and multi-point networks? Yes! You are only limited by your creativity and your imagination. Can it also be used in classroom environment? Yes! You can have multiple PRIVATE wireless pipes running independently. ã Does the Shield run on 3.3V or 5V? The shield UART input and output is at 5V. The on-board radio uses the 3.3V supplyfrom the Arduino board. Also the 5V supply is used for solid 5V UART output. Thereare internal logic level shifters, which are ICs that produce solid logic levels so thereis no issue with slew rates, ringing or having too little drive current.The UART output uses a 5V logic buffer so you have a full 5V swing.The UART input uses a 3.3V logic buffer with a 5V tolerant input.They are both internally resistively pulled up to maintain a proper steady state levelsand keep the UART quiet when not being driven from either side so there is no noiseor chatter of any kind, and no worry for false triggering which prevents glitches whichmight otherwise allow a UART start bit to sneak a byte through. Basically its a cleanbi-directional UART driver circuit. ã Can I use it with a software UART instead of the hardware UART? Yes. There is an on-board slide-switch, that allows you to switch between the twohardware UART pins or pin 12 and 13 on the shield which allows you the option toconfigure a software UART there and free up the hardware UART for other uses.Here is a page reference from Arduino on the software UART usage option:http://www.arduino.cc/en/Reference/SoftwareSerial Also see my FAQ about using the Arduino Mega.ã Can I use any of the 4 harware UARTs on the Arduino MEGA? Yes. All you need to do is slide the Hardware / Software UART switch to theSoftware position on our Wireless Shield and that will place the UART TXD and RXDpins on pin 12 and 13 which are GPIO, then simply don't use those two pins (theMega has so many anyway). Instead jumper from those two pins over to any of theother three hardware UARTs on the Arduino Mega. ã Can I form my own simple private network of devices? Yes you can. When you use any of these devices, they are all fully open to eachother, meaning any device that transmits, all the other devices it will hear it. However, you have the options to flip the switch on the Shield that tells it to go to aprivate wireless-pipe mode, then simply by pressing the Learn button on the Shieldyou can teach up to 60 Shields, Keyfobs, stand alone breadboardsing RF Modulesor USB Dongles to each other and form mini-networks which will ignore devicesoutside of their network, so you will not be bothered by others around you.www.OpenSourceRF.com (http://www.opensourcerf.com)  (/member/edwin0791/) 2 years ago Reply (CO20ACKH5JVOR1G)flag(/member/dbaldwin3/) 11 months ago Reply (C6LBS92HN8240XS)flag(/member/Anagha+jayan/) 1 year ago Reply (CDO3WI6HJKC0WBS)flag(/member/dbaldwin3/) 11 months ago Reply (CZJ1RIJHN8240XK)flag(/member/Rizwan+Mukati/) 1 year ago Reply (C0NM9GBHKUD49VU)flag(/member/hossam+abdelhameeed/) 1 year ago Reply (CRZMXP9HGU2DHLY)flag(/member/awesomeroks/) 1 year ago Reply (CKTZP5YHDXMCFBY)flag(/member/junglejuju/) 1 year ago Reply (CDP4IGRHAQ2TEUF)flag(/member/opensourcerf/) 1 year ago Reply (C2T0XYFHAQ31PCZ)flag hi there,, i'm really new in this and i want to make a project for my class,, i alreadyhave an arduino uno and i used it a little bit. but i wanna do is a car that can becontroled by internet or a lan, using my computer.. i saw some instructables here,but now i found your post and this product looks very good, is this a shield that iput whit my arduino?, like zigbee,.. if that the case, please, what quantity of shielddo i need? and what else do i need?? thanks ... dbaldwin3 (/member/dbaldwin3/)  edwin0791 I used Bluetooth to control an rccar between my pc and car usingan Xbox controller  Anagha jayan (/member/Anagha+jayan/) hi, am doing my project in wireless, through ardunio could in transfer an 5v supplyfrom supply board to the stator of an servo motor to contorl the robo? through thiscan i fully control the servo moter input and output wires through wireless? pleasesend me an suggestion dbaldwin3 (/member/dbaldwin3/)  Anagha jayan U will probably need either relaysor motor controller... Rizwan Mukati (/member/Rizwan+Mukati/) can my wireless camera be able to send live video on receiving end using thisshield hossam abdelhameeed (/member/hossam+abdelhameeed/) hi , i'm in a competition that i have to controlmy robot wireless ....in my past robotcompetition i use arduino uno to control itbut now i didn't know how could i control myrobot wireless ....... can that wirelessinventor shield do what i want ??? and howcould it will be connected with my remotecontrol ?? awesomeroks (/member/awesomeroks/) hi. i am making a voice recognition rc car. So, would this be helpful. If so wherecan i buy it ?  junglejuju (/member/junglejuju/) Hi there. Does this shield use full duplex communication? opensourcerf (/member/opensourcerf/)  (author) junglejuju Hello. It does not. Nothingwireless other then a cell phonedoes. It does have hardware fullduplex UART. But over the air it'ssimplex.
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