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Amplitude shift keying (ASK) is a popular modulation technique used in digital data communication. Basically, it's a way of encoding information and assembling it into radio signals that can be transmitted and received wirelessly.
On-off key (OOK) modulation is a further simplification of the ASK method. Thanks to its simplicity and low implementation costs, it is a very popular technique used in control applications.
OOK RC click
OOK RX click is a wireless receiver that operates at the frequency of 433MHz (sub-GHz). Creating a simple, low-speed wireless communication network between OOK RX click and a compatible transmitter is effortless. This click features an ASK/OOK demodulator, analog RSSI output, and integrated squelch capabilities.
You can use this click for applications that require simple control and monitoring, such as the remote keyless access, remote fan or light control, garage or gate doors control, unidirectional low data rate wireless links and similar applications.
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