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    Hiiiiiiii
    I am doing a small project, for that I require a a small wireless communication kit which can communicate within the distance of one foot. my requirement is that transmitter and receiver should be placed one or atleast half a foot apart.

    so if you know any such kit please let me know.

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    wireless communication kit

    First could you let know what you exactly want to do? Control some thing sort of a remote controller or transfer a high speed data or some thing else? There are wireless options like TLP transmitters and receivers and too Xbee.
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    Re: wireless communication kit

    well for digital data sending through comp or microcontroller you can use CC2500 transceiver.You can get one fromhttp://thinklabs.in/shop/product_inf...399d2f33bcfd8d



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    Re: wireless communication kit

    Dear sir
    The transmitter would be placed around one foot away from the receiver,
    when an event is detected near the transmitter it should send message to receiver
    and then receiver output will be given to take suitable action



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    wireless communication kit

    Just have a look at the similar thread here
    https://www.edaboard.com/viewtopic.php?p=1041685
    OR download HT12 based 4 channel TX and RX remote controller schematics here
    https://www.edaboard.com/download.php?id=151070



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    Re: wireless communication kit

    Forget that cc2500 unit, you can get a TI ez430 (USB Interface) and use the free IAR software or a simple unit like: RnD Warehouse - XBee USB Adapter (USB Interface) and use the digi XCTU software.
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    Re: wireless communication kit

    For such a short range, why not look at IR as an option? Would be much simpler/cheaper...

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    Re: wireless communication kit

    Problems with IR......lighting can cause false triggering...try a overhead flourescent light, you'll get data! needs optical filtering.
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    Re: wireless communication kit

    Not if you modulate the IR, and use a TSOP for stripping it away; ever seen household lighting get in the way of your TV remote? :)

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    Re: wireless communication kit

    Never seen household lighting get in the way of a TV remote, because the reciever lens is optically filtered for 950nm.
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