Generic routine for receiving short asynchronous transmissions

D1 detects short asynchronous transmissions. It can learn new, or identify stored commands. • Compact • No hardware USART • Generic (works with all standards). Use D1 to add remote control functions to your project!

  _|_|_|_|_| _|    _|  _|_|_|_|        _|_|    _|      _|  _|_|_|_|       _|     _|    _|  _|            _|    _|  _|_|    _|  _|       _|     _|_|_|_|  _|_|_|        _|    _|  _|  _|  _|  _|_|_|       _|     _|    _|  _|            _|    _|  _|    _|_|  _|       … Continue reading Continue reading

Web controlled home automation

livingHow to build a web controlled home automation center. This post describes the software used with the miniature router (OpenWrt), the PIC 16F628 lab board, the serial communication and radio protocol.

Description This post is the last of three and describes the software needed to build a web controlled home automation center. The previous two describes how to add a serial interface to a router and how to build a microprocessor … Continue reading Continue reading

Web access lab board (internet of things)

Lab board to connect almost anything to the web. This low cost solution uses a 3$ PIC16F628 microprocessor and a 15$ OpenWRT router. Bring your projects online today!

Description Lab board to connect almost anything to the web. This low cost solution uses a 3$ PIC16F628 microprocessor and a 15$ OpenWRT router. 15$ TP-Link WR703N router Features 6 wire terminals for I/O and power/ gnd IR receiver 2 … Continue reading Continue reading

Access serial communication on a mini router (no extra connector)

usbserialYou don't need to cut a hole in your router to mount an extra connector for serial communication. Use the existing micro USB conector instead! (This example uses a TP-link WR703N running OpenWRT)

Description Adding serial communication on existing micro USB power connector on a TP-link WR703N running OpenWRT. WR703N: Low cost, looks good and runs Linux (you should get one : ) Development A friend recently bought me a TP-Link WR703N in … Continue reading Continue reading