Low Cost Wireless UART

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  1. hi
    i want to send data from mcu to pc. i have already 433Mhz RF link kit. but i dont know how to use. and is it possible that can i send data through the 433Mhz RF link kit to pc from mcu or not.

  2. I would like to use this for some remote temperature and humidity sensors, operated on batteries. But a constant transmission would drain the batteries quite fast. I am looking for a way to ‘shut down’ the device for a while and than wake it every 5 minutes or so to send the sensor values several times. Suggestions?

  3. Hi to all

    Now i am using a simple RF module with the Frequency range of 434MHz, interfacing with PIC controller.
    This controller is not having any communication protocol like UART /I2C. I want to send data through a port pin. Any one suggest how to implement communication protocol and data transmission and receiving in this RF module.

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