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Electronics wireless parallel circuits....?

Discussion in 'Modding' started by One~Zero, 3 Aug 2005.

  1. One~Zero

    One~Zero New Member

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    I was wondering if anyone could point me in the right direction as far as getting a parallel wireless circuit with control data (i.e. D0-D7, init, strobe, /wr, /rd). I'm assuming this would be considered a 12-bit format? I am trying to make a wireless graphical LCD....why you ask? Why not :D

    If any one has come across something along these lines, or know where I could start, it would be much appreciated. Thanks.
     
  2. chopsuwe

    chopsuwe New Member

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    They don't exist. The closest is to convert to serial, transmit, recieve and convert back to serial.
     
  3. star882

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    Actually, there is. It's called spread spectrum. However, it would be easier to just send the data serially.
     
  4. Skylined

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    They exist, I've seen them by accident some months ago.
     
  5. iamnafets

    iamnafets New Member

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    Binary voltages on an analog signal? Like starting with .25v for the lowest, moving up to 4v for the highest. A signal like 7.75v would mean 11111? A to D is a chore though, and you mine as well go serial by that point. Nevermind.
     
  6. g0th

    g0th New Member

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    I'd be doing something like this:


    Parallel (or RS-232 or USB) port ---> microcontroller---> 433MHz data Tx
    433MHz data Rx---->microcontroller---->LCD Module
     
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