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The more I get to play with hardware, the more I get to see how security is lacking or implemented poorly (and I'm being very polite here). This time, I would like to share my 315mhz/434mhz RF Snif...

RF Sniffer – open gates, cars, and RF remote controlled devices with ease.

The more I get to play with hardware, the more I get to see how security is lacking or implemented poorly (and I'm being very polite here). This time, I would like to share my 315mhz/434mhz RF Snif...

Arduino Basics: 433 MHz RF module with Arduino Tutorial 1

There are 4 parts to this tutorial: Part Testing the 433 MHz RF transmitter and receiver <- ** you are here .

How To Build a Home Automation System with Raspberry Pi and Arduino

Home Automation with Raspberry Pi and Arduino

The more I get to play with hardware, the more I get to see how security is lacking or implemented poorly (and I'm being very polite here). This time, I would like to share my 315mhz/434mhz RF Snif...

RF Sniffer – open gates, cars, and RF remote controlled devices with ease.

The more I get to play with hardware, the more I get to see how security is lacking or implemented poorly (and I'm being very polite here). This time, I would like to share my 315mhz/434mhz RF Snif...

HOW TO CREATE A WEBSITE IN 60 MINUTES WITH WORDPRESS http://web-tools.club/how-to-create-a-website/

A guide to getting started with the with the Arduino IDE This assumes that yo have a NodeMCU type board with the Silicon Labs USB to UART Bridge. These boards are convenient because …

The more I get to play with hardware, the more I get to see how security is lacking or implemented poorly (and I'm being very polite here). This time, I would like to share my 315mhz/434mhz RF Snif...

RF Sniffer – open gates, cars, and RF remote controlled devices with ease.

The more I get to play with hardware, the more I get to see how security is lacking or implemented poorly (and I'm being very polite here). This time, I would like to share my 315mhz/434mhz RF Snif...

RFduino: A finger-tip sized, Arduino compatible, wireless enabled microcontroller, low cost enough to leave in all of your projects!

Shrunk down an Arduino to the size of a finger-tip! by Open Source RF, via Kickstarter. RFduino: A finger-tip sized, Arduino compatible, wireless enabled microcontroller, low cost enough to leave in all of your projects!

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