Skype-controlled Robot Using Smartphone and DTMF Tones

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Introduction: Skype-controlled Robot Using Smartphone and DTMF Tones


Present report is describing is a simple moving platform that is remote-controlled over Internet WLAN or mobile phone network via Skype using DTMF tones. Controlling by audio tones is much simpler method than Bluetooth. Skype video call is started from PC to iPhone and dial pad is opened in Skype to generate DTMF tones.



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Hello! Thank you for your article. I’d like to try to compare it to my previous experience of learning polish lessons through Skype on online classes for free. I did around 10 conversations over Skype with a native speaker from http://preply.com/en/polish-by-skype. And I was pretty satisfied with their Quality. I think they have a strong teaching quality,They teach in a way any kid will easily understood.Following their course curriculum now I can speak polish like a native , but I Want to try another option.

Nice project! Same as you..I'm also an electronic hobbyist since my childhood. I love electronics so much... I also have my project same as yours but I just configured a latching output so I won't keep on pressing the dial number to make my toy run or stop... you can check my project on this link...http://youtu.be/Nf0XoDmDZC0