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Well, this was back in 2009, so I imagine things have changed. At the time, this was a surprisingly inexpensive solution!
Thank you for writing this up - it served as excellent direction to implement this with my wireless outlets. The most useful part to me was the Oscilloscope stuff, I finally got to use mine! :)I wrote up my experience at my website: https://aaroneiche.com/2016/01/31/weekend-project-...I posted my Arduino code if anyone is interested, adjust your timings and codes as appropriate. :) Here: https://gist.github.com/aaroneiche/9b6baf999467a26...Mine was built with a Teensy, but I've since built a variation on an ESP8266 that runs a web server to switch channels on an off.
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