I'm hoping somebody can get me started in the right direction for this project. My goal is to replace the Base Unit (RX) of an Oregon Scientific WMR100 weather station with an Arduino. The Arduino would use a 433.92mhz RX to receive the signals from the O.S weather sensors and pass them to a PC for processing.
Here are a few things I know: The O.S Weather Station (WMR100) sensors uses 433.92mhz. The OS 3.0 protocol is semi documented on the 'interwebs'. There are existing products that already do this (FXCOM receiver) People have done the same with an Arduino and other Weather Satiations. (The new book 'Pratical Arduino' does this with a La Crosse station)
Things I could use help with: I could use some examples of hooking up a 433.92mhz module to the arduino (Im a software guy.. hardware isn't my thing) Are there any sketch samples that dump the raw RX data to serial? Basically I could use a push in the right direction
Any help would be appreciated!