I found a few tutorials on this 433 wireless tx module with rx receiver. They claim it was easy but IT'S NOT. I only spent a day reading and learning to find all the wonderful signaling that needs to go in the background, and fill me up with detailed information that I really am not interested in knowing right now.
These modules do not come with antenna's. The tutorials do not explain about antenna. I have to sift through user comments to find the odd person who hints around cutting 12 cm wire and twisting in random shapes. After I finally soldered some wires to my modules, I was able to receive some data. As long as both modules were practically stationary and I didn't breathe while holding the transmitter about 6 feet away.
Ideally, I want to collect data from my R/C robot to monitor sensors - and I don't think this module is going to be reliable for what I am looking to do, at the speed that I need to analyze graphs for voltage and current, etc...
Is the NRF24L modules more reliable and speedy? Is this 433 module just something I can probablyh use correctly I receive enough education for a commercial radio transmitter license ?