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STM32 Nucleo-L432KC can't send data to Arduino Uno via nRF24L01 module

Hello everyone. First of all, I know you're going to tell me to send my question on the stm32duino forum. But I tried to enter the stm32duino forum and I didn't succeed (I think their forum is closed)...
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Can you use a RF remote with nRF24L01 and Arduino?

I recently bought a 10 pack of RF transceivers (nRF24L01). I wanted to know if its possible to pair one with an RC drone controller. I can't seem to find any ways to do this through google. If this ...
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Set up mesh network with RF Transceivers

I would like to set up a mesh network of Arduinos with the following features/capabilities: No master node Arduinos capable of bootloading other Arduinos through RFs Capable of communicating over TCP/...
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Powering an Arduino Mini Pro using a CR2032 battery as a remote control

I'm looking into making my own remote control using an Arduino Mini Pro and some RF transceivers. The receiving end won't be a problem, but the remote will. I want to make it as small as possible and ...
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Need help with nRF24L01 and Arduino decoding and receiving [closed]

A month ago I bought a Chinese drone, remotely controlled by: SM-217-BKT v5 controller, which uses 2.4GCOB-1A transmitter. My idea was to drive a drone with its "memory", I mean: Start the drone and ...
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NRF24L01 receiving even if no data sent

I am using nRF24L01 to communicate between two micro controllers. Both are Arduino Uno. The question i have here is , even if i do not send any data from sender to receiver , the receiver device is ...
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Two nRF24L01 radios per Arduino

Due to the results of my previous post (Slower nRF24L01 round trip delay than expected) I found out that it will be quite difficult to reach my latency requirements. I am thinking about using my own ...
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What is the principle of scanner

I find a 2.4GHz scanner in this web . I want to do same thing in 433 Mhz with SI4463. But I fail to understand it's principle. Who can explain it ? Thanks.
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How to program an nRFL01 RF module that is connected to a pc via a USB to UART/TTL adapter?

In a few of my previous questions I was told that the nRF24L01 RF Module can be connected to a pc using a USB to UART/TTL adapter. After a bit of research I understand that one way to use it is to ...
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Can the EWRF 3022 module be directly connected to the pc totransmit data from the pc wirelessly? [duplicate]

In my project I want to connect my pc to an RF transmitter. The receiver will be connected to an arduino on my robot. However most of the RF modules I looked up couldn't be directly connected to my ...
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How to connect an RF module directly to a PC without using an arduino? [closed]

I know that in xbees i can connect the xbee module directly to my pc using the USB explorer. But I'm using the nRF24L01 RF modules. I want to transmit from my pc, via the RF transmitter to my RF ...
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nRF24L01+ packet loss caused by Arduino reading and communicating with sensors

I have 2 Arduinos communicating with each other. My problem is that one sends packets every 1.5-2 seconds but the other Arduino does sensor reading and data uploading with a Wifi module, which may ...
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Reduce 5v Trinket Pro to 3.3v?

Apparently these nRF24L01+ modules need 3.3v, but I've only got 5v Trinket Pros that I'm using. How can I reduce the voltage to the RF transmitter? Would a voltage regulator work? Specifically ...
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rf24 change order of data

I'm using two Arduinos with the rf24 modules. I want to control a process with those, but for now I'm just checking the connection. This is the code of the master: #include <SPI.h> #include "...
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Why is the nRF24L01 not working with Arduino Esplora?

I am working on a remote control car from an Arduino Esplora board and the Mega 2650 Board. My problem lies with the Esplora board as the nRF does not transmit like it is supposed to or does not even ...
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Module and library for self healing large sensor network

I have to build a wireless sensor network with arduinos on my project. It does not need to be a mesh network, but it needs to have self healing capabilities. I would like to use something cheaper ...
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Choosing wireless tech for lowest possible lag

I am drafting a pub quiz project, where the Referee gives a signal and multiple players push their buttons. The first to push wins the right to give an answer. I want all buttons (referee's + X ...
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Arduino stops working after some receivings from RF

I made a sketch that receives an rgb code from a remote Arduino using nrf24l01 and while it works for the first receivings then it stops working. I placed a testing Serial.println in the loop to test ...
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Arduino resets when I call network.begin()

I have included the RF24Network library in my project. I tried to use the Simple Transmit/Receive example from here but when it calls the network.begin() my arduino restarts. I placed some Serial....
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Mirf not sending reply

I am trying to create a server - node connection with NRF24L01+ chip and Mirf library with interrupts. It seem to work, but server does not seem to get reply from node. If I put it in the loop it ...
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NRF24L01 Direct Communication Library Logics

Actually I'm using the RF24 Library mantained by TMRh20 (https://github.com/TMRh20/RF24). I'm trying to get some type of direct communication between multiple modules working, but I don't want to use ...
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RF Remote Clone using NRF905

I have come across the various blogs which talks about cloning RF remote using cheap 434 MHz Tx/Rx and RCSwitch library. I tried using RF 434 MHz ASK (https://www.sparkfun.com/products/10532) module ...