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'[EE]: UHF Remote Controls'
2001\03\06@192519 by David Duffy

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Hi All,
I have a customer who wants us to build some A/V
equipment (PIC controlled of course) that needs to
be controlled via a UHF remote. (Not IR) Is there an
easy way to make an 8 button remote that looks as
good as a bought one? Or maybe someone knows
of a supplier. It would be nice to be able to code the
base address into each remote to avoid interaction
between systems in the same building. Range needs
to be about 20 metres. (indoors) Any idea's ?
Regards...

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2001\03\06@195503 by Lawrence Glaister

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For the money, it is hard to beat the price of the x10 remotes.
see http://www.x10.com
you can get them in key fobs or larger like tv remotes.
There are a couple of options for receiving the signals and getting them
into a computer.
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2001\03\07@081322 by Chris Carr

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> I have a customer who wants us to build some A/V
> equipment (PIC controlled of course) that needs to
> be controlled via a UHF remote. (Not IR) Is there an
> easy way to make an 8 button remote that looks as
> good as a bought one? Or maybe someone knows
> of a supplier. It would be nice to be able to code the
> base address into each remote to avoid interaction
> between systems in the same building. Range needs
> to be about 20 metres. (indoors) Any idea's ?


http://www.rfsolutions.co.uk/products/radio/encoders_decoders.htm

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2001\03\11@041802 by Philip Martin

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Hi,

I've just completed the build of a remote control system, 4 channel (for the
remote release of clay traps). This used pre-built TX and RX modules
http://www.radiometrix.co.uk 418 Mhz with a 200 metre range and Holtek
http://www.holtek.com/docum/consumer/2_12d.htm encoder and decoder. Because the
input code is in 4 bits there is the possibility of 16 combinations of the
command and there is an 8 bit settable code that must match on encoder and
decoder to isolate units.

As for the units looking as good as shop brought ones, that depends on your
ability to produce one or two off injection moulds!

BTW, the cost of the TX & RX units is low, I paid about 45 UK pounds for the
pair.

Philip Martin.

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2001\03\11@132825 by Jay.R.Vijay-Indra

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ATMEL, MICREL make nice RF Tx and Rx chips. I have used ATMEL RF tx (U2741B
@UK£ 1.00 from ARROW Electronics) and Rx (U3741 @UK£ 3.00 from ARROW
Electronics)chips for 16 channel remote control with PIC micro over 100
meters. The external components needed are very few (X-tal and few caps).
You can increse the distance with SAW filter in the front end.

The pcb I made for the TX and Rx are double sided and the anntana was
printed on the pcb. Total cost for TX and RX modules with micro psu keys
and box and homemade pcb is about UK£ 10.00

Regards,

Jay



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2001\03\11@171135 by PDRUNEN

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Try looking at the MicroChip Keeloq stuff, they have an eval kit that may
contain such an item.

Cheers,

Paul


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<< Hi All,
I have a customer who wants us to build some A/V
equipment (PIC controlled of course) that needs to
be controlled via a UHF remote. (Not IR) Is there an
easy way to make an 8 button remote that looks as
good as a bought one? Or maybe someone knows
of a supplier. It would be nice to be able to code the
base address into each remote to avoid interaction
between systems in the same building. Range needs
to be about 20 metres. (indoors) Any idea's ?
Regards...

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