I am new to the Arduino world and I should realize such a structured project: - three Arduinos, each connected to a sensor and a wireless transmission module (wireless sensor nodes); - a base node that receives data in real time from all three sensor nodes simultaneously (for now I should use a PC and maybe in the future a Raspberry Pi).
Considering that all the three sensors must provide data at the same time with high frequency (every 0.01 s), and must be synchronized, so that each sent value by the three sensors is recognized by the base as belonging to a specific time instant, I would like to ask what solutions do you recommend for wireless transmission. Is it possible to equip the receiving base with only one wireless module and receive three different signals at the same time? I specify that the distances are quite small, about 10 meters.
I did a research and found two possible solutions (correct me if I'm wrong): ESP8266, which seems more powerful and is capable of simultaneously transferring input and output data, and the NRF24L01+, which is cheaper and consumes less power, but I can't understand if it is possible to use it for my own purposes.
Thank you a lot in advance.