Click here for the Circuit Cellar article code archive p.6 Build an RF-Controlled Robotic Car Using Two PIC32 MCUs By Drew Mera Rohit Krishnakumar and Asad Marghoob References1 PIC32MX250F128Bhttppeople.ece.cornell.edulandcoursesece4760PIC32Microchipstuff2xxdatasheet.pdf2 Kionix KMX62 User Manualhttpkionixfs.kionix.comendocumentKMX62-1031-Specifications-Rev-4.0.pdf3 434 RF Link Transmitterhttpswww.sparkfun.comdatasheetsWirelessGeneralMO-SAWR.pdf4 434 RF Link Receiverhttpscdn.sparkfun.comdatasheetsWirelessGeneralRWS-371-6433.92MHzASKRFReceiverModuleDataSheet.pdf5 Bruce Land8217s Protothreadshttppeople.ece.cornell.edulandcoursesece4760PIC32indexProtothreads.html Inspiration from Hand Motion Controlled Robot VehiclePose An Arm Tracking SystemKionix 8230.
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