Well there aren't really any downloads for this projects just yet. However for the prototype based on the PIC16F88: Drawings are available here BoostC source code and Eagle files are here . If you have any questions please contact me via the contact form.
Prototype Specs: PIC16F88 running on internal 8MHz Clock - low cost and very popular, free development tools available, i.e. C compiler. Works in unlicensed 915MHz ISM Band(Australia/US), can work at 433Mhz by changing RF module(US/EU/Australia). RF uses FSK Modulation - Less prone to interference sources. All aspects of the RF module is configurable via the … Continue reading Prototype
During the development of the StrobIt Open Trigger Project I've been using the HopeRF RFM12B Tranceiver as the RF module. The learning curve was fairly steep so I've decided to create a series of How-To articles so that others can easily get the module up and running fairly quickly for their project of choice. So … Continue reading RFM12 Tutorial – Part1
After a hectic and very hot Christmas (41DegC) I managed to get some development time and finished 2 prototype boards. My RFM12 header boards still have not arrived, caught up in the christmas mail I guess 🙁 So I've had to resort to hand soldering some wires to the header in the meantime. (Murphys law suggests … Continue reading Strobit Triggr Prototype Finished
A couple of design changes, main one being I could not physically fit a single design into the existing housings that would encompass the Tx and RX, the RX housing is the problem as it's a fairly small board so that means I've had to change the processor so that I can physically fit everything as … Continue reading EBAY Trigger Receiver PCB