Wireless signal Reading with Arduino.

Hi everyone.

Currently i am working on project that will involve reading pressure changes from rotor using wireless communication (RF or Coiling) with Arduino. What I want to do is to place sensor to rotor and transfer pressure sensor readings using wireless communication to Arduino.

Basic Form: Sensor ->Transmitter → Receiver → Arduino → PC

Ideally I want to use only one arduino board. Could you give me any advice how can I work this out.

Thanks in advance.

Dont double post, its very confusing.

Which of the two posts do you want people to respond to ?

Askat:
Basic Form: Sensor ->Transmitter -> Receiver -> Arduino -> PC

This needs to be
Sensor -> ArduinoA -> Transmitter -> Receiver -> ArduinoB -> PC

Have a look at this Simple nRF24L01+ Tutorial.

Or, it could be like this
Sensor -> ESP8266 -> (WiFi) -> PC

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srnet:
Dont double post, its very confusing.

Which of the two posts do you want people to respond to ?

Didn't know that, deleting second one.

Robin2:
This needs to be
Sensor -> ArduinoA -> Transmitter -> Receiver -> ArduinoB -> PC

Have a look at this Simple nRF24L01+ Tutorial.

Or, it could be like this
Sensor -> ESP8266 -> (WiFi) -> PC

...R

Ou the ESP8266 is very interesting, thank you very much.

my current project is: motion sensor > nano > hc-12 > ( air ) > hc-12 > nano > mega

I have to do it this way because the hc-12 can't send a continuous high, pulled low by a motion sensor, then back to high. What I have to do is have the sending unit send a heartbeat to the mega saying it's alive, and go low when motion is sensed. the cost of the nanos are chump change, and the processing is not being done by the big dog.