I am making a low power rf remote that just has 3 buttons and sends rf signals accordingly.
I've been trying to make pin interrupts work when it's in deep sleep but it's a huge hassle. And then I thought of this:
Is it a bad idea to do this?
I could imagine if you were too fast, you would shut the RF transmitter off while it's sending something, but that shouldn't be an issue because the user would notice nothing changed and will learn to press the button longer.
But the transmitter might also transmit too fast for a user to interrupt it.
And I don't know if debouncing is an issue here. I could just put a capacitor after the buttons.
Of course the code would be something like analogRead which button is pressed and then emit rf signals.
So my question is, is this bad practice and will this kill my battery/attiny/rf emitter?