I am using an Arduino UNO and an RXb6 (I would link to the data sheet if I could find one) to try to decode a RF Signal that controls a remote outlet. I have the devices connected as you would assume 5V+ to 5v, Gnd to Gnd, Antenna is not connected as I think it would only exacerbate my problem, and data is connected to the A0 pin on my UNO.
The problem I am having is with all the noise that I am getting with my signal.I hooked it up to my o-scope to give a better idea of whats happening. When no signal is being transmitted this is the noise I am seeing:
Just lots of static. When I press the remote button I can see a clean signal come through (note that it is cutoff):
I was able to export a CSV of the wave and manually clean it up but it was just such a pain trying to translate it back to highs and lows for the arduino to send.
How can I reduce signal noise on my 433MHz receiver so the arduino can read the actual signal instead of noise?