It's always nice to see a good-looking, functional couple. That's why we decided to present you with one just like that. Last Friday we've released an OOK receiver and today we give you a perfectly compatible transmitter - OOK TX click.
OOK (on-off key) modulation is a modulation technique frequently used in digital data communication. It is a simplified version of ASK (amplitude shift keying) method where the source transmits sends a small amplitude carrier for "0" and a large one for "1". In OOK method the source will send NO carrier for if it needs to send a '0'.
OOK TX click
OOK TX click is a simple wireless transmitter that operates at the frequency of 433MHz (sub-GHz). When coupled with a receiver, such as the OOK RX click, it enables you to create a simple, low-speed wireless communication network.
This device features an OOK signal modulation, programmable transmit power in 1dB steps, On-Off Keying (OOK) modulation with power ramp-up control, and it complies with US (FCC) and Canada (IC) standards.
OOK communication protocol is widely used in short-range wireless applications - home automation, remote keyless entry (RKE), and tire pressure monitoring systems (TPMS). OOK method is especially popular in battery-operated portable applications.
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