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Hi everybody,

I like to play with my RC car and I would like to build another thing by myself.  smiley

I've seen on internet that we could use 2*nRF24L01 (1 in recption and 1 in transmission).

But I would like use only one PCB (in reception on my car) and use an existing radio control.

Somebody have an idea how can I do?

Thanks by advance

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nRF24L01 is also at 2.4GHz and you'll get interference between it and your existing RC control. HM-TRP modules, at 433MHz, are commonly used for this purpose and you should be able to find plenty of examples out there.
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The 2.4GHz modules I once played with allowed you to set the transmitting channel so that you wouldn't get interference; maybe your module also has that option. Also, all but the cheapest 2.4 GHz RC systems automatically select an empty channel to transmit on so you shouldn't have problems.
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Hi,

Thanks for your answers guys but I've one more question.
What is the easiest module to integrate? The nRF24L01 module or the the 433MHz?

I've found a lot things on the web but I'm a little bit lost. Somebody can help me please? smiley

Thanks by advance for your answer.


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