How can i detect a wireless waves ? i want to make this detector please tell me how can i make this?
Question by esfand_mhs | last reply
How can i detect a wireless waves ? i want to make this detector please tell me how can i make this?
Question by esfand_mhs | last reply
Are all wireless products such as cell phones or ummm.... home phones and everything else that doesn't use IR, use pulsed magnetic wave, or supersonic sound? I'm making a wireless power device that pulses magnetic fields, is this dangerous to my health? I don't want to be a mutant or be sterile or anything.
Topic by guyfrom7up | last reply
Where can i get a transmitter for a wireless transmitter like this : http://www.zenreich.com/ZenWeb/motorcycle/riderlight.htmand how do i build something like that ?i need one for my brothers small battery powered scooter. i have most of it ready except for the transmitter, and i don't know what to do to make the LED's have a receiver.help !
Topic by mrcs | last reply
I was wondering if there is a wireless camera you can make, get or buy. i want to make a wireless robot that will drive around and transmit video to my computer wirelessly. please help i wonder if there is a way to like convert a cheap webcam to a wireless one.
Question by ski4jesus | last reply
I have an old iPod touch that I can hook up to my tv I was wondering how can I use that To connect my new iPod touch to my tv wirelessly like I want to old iPod to be the receiver then I would tv out that on to my tv any suggestions thanks in advanced .
Topic by Darki34 | last reply
What would be the best way to make a wireless display? A display that can be carried around (within like 30ft which seems to be fairly standard for wireless). It would need some batteries to power it I imagine, but I have no idea how you would go about sending and receiving the video signal. If anyone has any ideas, that would be great! Not a laptop, just a display, no other functions.
Topic by evillordnikon | last reply
Hi all, I'm in for my first topic: i'll get a new pc soon, and I wanted do install a 2nd monitor, not far away from my bed, so it would be easy to watch films. The pc would stand in the same room. Is there an easy way to connect an (old) tv, or a monitor (wireless) to your pc? Thnx Arnout PS, I'm from Belgium, so sorry for my English ;)
Topic by arnoutdejans
Hello, Instructables. I know it seems like I ask too many questions and post too little ibles, But trust me. I'm working on one right now. And thats why I am here. I am working on a wireless snes controller for PC, and am having problems finding a wireless interface for it. I know theres the XBee, which, being on a limited budget, is off the table. theres Bluetooth, which i have VERY little expirience in, but considering that just makes it sound like it would be fun, and, last but not least, there is InfaRed, which, having recently recieved a IR LED assortment from Electronic Goldmine, might be an option. i will look more into BT, since i do have a bluetooth enable pc anyway.
Question by Krayzi99 | last reply
OK so recently I have noticed that almost any sort of power can be converted into a different type, sorta. Anyways, it takes power to create radio waves or any wireless wave. Would it be possible to just send out plain radio waves and get something to pick them up and convert them into usable power? Now I know the farther you were from the source, the weaker the power would get, so you might have too send out a fair voltage signal to get some good range. Also, would it interrupt any electronics in range or anything like that? I was just thinking about this and wondering if it is even possible to get actual wireless power around your house or something without using batteries or interrupting anything in your house. Thanks.
Question by noobererer | last reply
Hi, is there anyway to attach a camera to a ROV, robot, RC car/plane? I was thinking maybe using like a radio transmitter to transmit the signal or whatever. Also accepting non-radio ideas. Oh, and the smaller the better, and long antennas=not an option. (Maybe a dish, but no antenna, atleast not the long kind).
Question by LiquidLightning | last reply
So i would like to make a simple wireless charger for an ipod (ok ok its not so simple once you factor in the ipod) but i want it to be able to show a charging sign.... also it would be nice if it waould work from one or two feet apart minimum. I heard guys at MIT made one for a 60 watt lamp that worked 2 meters away... so its possible... i can probably order any circuitry if it is reasonably priced and available at digikey or mouser. :) I have access to several ipods so it doesnt really matter what model i use. I also know that this would probably make a huge electromagnetic wave... possibly? idk... but if it is big enough to destroy nearby electronics i might not want to try... So i am all for distance- the farther the better.... Also base power is not an issue, i can use a wall wart if i need to...i can just see an ipod touch with 500 passes of wire around it 5 feet away from a 2 foot square power station..... all while erasing my hard drive :) Soo.... im coming back to reality for a min.... anybody know any sites....any formulas too!! Thx! :) :)
Question by astroboy907 | last reply
I need to learn how to build a wireless switch that can turn something on like lets say a coilgun. I need it to be wireless so that i can stand back behind cover and fire my coilgun and do other things without harming myself or my classmates.
Question by budhaztm | last reply
Perhaps some have expereiance with these, id like to change the led light in my wireless doorbell to toggle rather than go off after a coulpe of seconds, is there a way to bypass or remove or add components to achieve this what should i be looking for, if no-one knows right off the bat i'll post a picture and go from there? im not interested in the sound, ill remove the speaker.
Question by QSDR | last reply
Can anybody tell me how to make a wireless headphone and microphone. Both microphone and headphones should be wireless. I found that one can buy a wireless headphone or a wireless microphone, but not a combination of both. Why I need it. I make long phone calls, during which I need to walk around. If I use a cordless phone, I have to keep holding the receiver with one hand all the time. If I use a speakerphone, everybody around listens to the conversation. Therefore I need one wireless headphone with mic.
Topic by anilsaxena | last reply
Hi there, I'm having a huge problem connecting my desktop pc to the new wireless network at my home. I can connect via laptop and iphone but just not via my desktop that is using a wireless USB adapter. What can I do to solve this problem? What information do you need for anyone to be able to be able to help. Look forward to any help
Topic by Nzginga | last reply
I'm thinking about subscribing to Clear Wireless.. they want a $7 mo lease for the router. 1. Is their router proprietary or can I buy some generic wireless at Walmart or such? What do I buy? don't need anything fancy. 2. Radio Shack is carrying their product. The guy was going to give me the USB router but I'm worried I have to sign up for the $45 mobile service rather than the $35 home version. And money is super tight for me. If I buy a wireless printer will I have to buy a router to access it if I have the mobile/USB version? Thanks in advance to all you wise ones that help me. BTW: You watching Watson on Jeopardy tonight? Should be fun. WIPEOUT... humans that is.
Question by SacTownSue | last reply
I would like to make an LED light that can be controlled by some form of wireless on/off switch. I cannot use IR as the switch will be in a different room to the light. I think I could use the Imp board I have seen on here but that seems expensive as I think I would need 2 Arduinos, 2 Imp shields and 2 Imps. Maybe I could use Bluetooth, Xbee or RF? Any thoughts? Cheers. Phil
Question by filthyPhil | last reply
I took apart some wireless headphones because I wanted to hook up the receiver to an amplifier using a 1/4" male jack but in confusion I tore off the speaker leads and grounds I managed to find the leads (marked SP1 and SP2 I only want one side though since its a mono plug) if the Part marked SP1 is the lead how do I find the ground?
Question by AusencioFlores | last reply
I recently completed my wireless weather meters project and thought you guys might be interested in it. It uses and Arduino, analog panel meters and XBee to be able to wirelessly display weather forecast information in any room in the house. Check it out at http://electronics.guy-smiley.com . Schematics and source included.
Topic by sstickeler | last reply
Is there any device that you can plug into your router in one room, and then connects wirelessly to a receiver in another room, and then that connects to a device such as a laptop? What I am looking to do is take the ethernet jack that is in my moms office and hook the transmitter up to it. Then take then take the wireless receiver and put it in my room to hook it up to my Apple Time Capsule. From the Time Capsule I would send the wireless signal to my laptop sitting right next to it. If you are thinking I could just hook my Time capsule up to the modem in my moms office, thats the way we have it set up right now, which gives me a very weak internet signal, if any, so if there is any device that will do this it has to send out a stronger signal than the Time Capsule. If you don't understand what I was saying you can look ant the diagram below. Is this possible?
Question by DBMods | last reply
Hi I am looking to start playing around with some solar projects. I am looking for a wireless temp sensor or sendor that can work with my Mac or something with a base station that logs temps. Something accurate, versitile not too expensive would be great Thanks
Topic by xkravx | last reply
Hello all, I am trying to add/build a wireless button pusher to a grain management device on my farm. The device cannot be hacked into or tampered with, however, the button I am trying to push requires little force and does not need to be sustained. It only needs to hit the button when I hit a remote. Additionally, I cannot use a phone for this (my grandfather needs to be able to operate it as well and could not use a phone) So I would need to be able to connect two simple remotes. Any and all suggestions welcome.
Topic by larx | last reply
I have toyed around with the idea of making a jacket that has the turn signals and/or brake lights on the back. However, there is a twist, I would like to see a controller box to wirelessly send the signal from a scooter to the jacket. When the turn signals and brakes are used on the scooter it sends a wireless signal to the controller in the jacket which relays that to lights on the back of the jacket. I've seen some jackets with lights wired on to them controlled with an arduino.
Topic by partyone | last reply
I know this is not a new though and people have been asking on this forum. However I didn't find a similar solution to mine and thus I would like to ask for the possibility of success. Situation: A laptop, fully working, a desktop monitor, fully working also Want: A wireless VGA between the laptop and the monitor, so I can use my laptop in one side of my room, while having the monitor sits in other corner, within 5 meter Proposed solution: A wireless kit [url]http://focus.ti.com/docs/toolsw/folders/print/ez430-rf2500.html[/url], so one end attaches to the VGA port of the laptop, of course a a simple will be needed to input the VGA signal into the microcontroller. The receiver will also be attached to the desktop monitor with an appropriate circuit. is it a possible solution? if so, what could the appropriate circuit be please?
Question by luckyvictor | last reply
I bought an Atheros wireless-N mini PCI-E card for an HP DV7 series laptop, to replace the Broadcom wireless-G card, however, when installed, I just get a bios error "unsupported network card". I removed it and restarted with the original card and it works fine. I trhen tried installing the card live, and it detected it and installed the software, but then BSOD (my first one for Windows 7 actually), so I swapped back to the original card again. I then installed the card in the secondary bay, live, and it installed the drivers successfully, but when swapped with the original card again (the wires don't reach to the other bay), it failed to boot again. How can I replace the original card?
Question by andy70707 | last reply
Hi everyone, I'm curious if anyone has ever seen or heard of a wireless texting device that would be suitable for older folks to use. Basically, I'm thinking a laptop-sized screen with a keyboard (basic functionality) that could stay on at home to receive/send texts for those folks (especially older folks) who cannot or will not use a smartphone or regular laptop. Some sort of audible signal that as text has been received would be good too. Thanks in advance for any and all help. ~J
Topic by poeticchampion | last reply
I have an AT&T USB internet card, with unlimited internet usage. I want to know how to set up a wireless connection in my home using the usb as the primary internet source, from my main computer. that way family or friends can just connect to the network from their laptops instead of using my computer, or me sticking the usb into each computer as needed (the thing cost 50 bucks for insurance LOL) I would like this to work like wi-fi if possible
Question by bradburyk | last reply
I am looking to build a device that can communicate with a phone and through that phone you could turn on or off a light or a siren with fairly long range 20 to 30 meters (60 to 90 feet). Would anyone be able to help regarding this device. I am looking for it be as small as possible. also i wanted this device to run with fairly low voltage dc power source. please help with this thanks
Topic by sam501 | last reply
I'm working on a project where i need a circuit board with about 15 LED's. But i need to have a switch turn them from a very shot distance, about 3 to 5ft. so i CAN NOT have any wires, and dont want wires. So i already assume a power supply should be mounted on the circuit board, and at the switch. But i don't know what else i need. Is there a tutorial i can find ? Could i get some help ?
Question by mrcs | last reply
Ok so, i plugged in ma netgear wg111...i goto connect on the desktop, goto the WAN option (the second icon down) load the module (ive tried both the defualt and the ndis) and put in my password and stuff, and no dice...i think its a problem w/ puppy to my actiontec gt704wg...the wired ethernet works, and i can connect to 192.168.1.1and tinker arount with that (but not with my usb dongle) ....any suggestions...i would really like to use puppy for my sisters laptop and this dongle but this is the only thin stopping me.... :(
Question by fwjs28 | last reply
We have buckeye cable & they want $150.00(for wireless) & $44.00 a month extra. from e-bay there are thousands of brands to chose from,how do I decide??? we have 4 computers we could hook up,but can only use one with box from cable. any help would be great.
Question by bigmark | last reply
Device x has a button and is 25 feet from device Y. Device Y needs to know when the button is pressed and activate device Z, but it has to be cheap and if I have a lot (A LOT) of these sets near eachother they still need to work without interfering with eachother. Best Solution?
Question by snowpenguin | last reply
I was just given a Microsoft Wireless Desktop Elite Keyboard (Model 1011). Internet searches revealed that this unit also comes with a mouse. I do not have the mouse. Nor do I have the wireless receiver. I like the keyboard and wondered how to convert it from wireless to wired. I have limited funds but plenty of spare parts, a soldering iron and time. Can anyone help me?
Topic by woelfwynde | last reply
Hello, It happens to have a wireless mini keyboard with touchpad, like the one in the photo ( not this model, but something like this). The problem is that I did a terible mistake and I bent it a litle (some milimeters) and after that it keeps sending repeated characters. I do no think I can fix it. I like to convert and keep alive old things so I had the idea to use the RF modules of the keyboard and make an old PS2 or USB keybord wireless. Do you think that there may be a chance I could do it? Hope you will come with some ideas
Topic by dentalan | last reply
So I bought one of these to play with: http://www.ebay.com/itm/130935883579 The transmitter board always gets really hot and smells faintly of something burning. Is this normal? Should I use some type of heat sink? Anyway, I discovered that you can add another coil of the same-ish size to the transmitter, and both coils will work. However, if I remove the coil and add a single coil twice the size, it does not work. I'm curious as to why. What determines how large the coil can be?
Topic by aliasjanedoe | last reply
Hi all, I have a Optus (Network company Australia) USB wireless modem and it's been canceled now that I have WIFI.I also have a Dell Inspiron 1150 that has no wireless card. I was wondering could you use this Optus USB modem as a wireless card to pick up my home wireless signal? I can't test it because I cut the Dell's LCD cable and a new one is on the way. Cheers for any help Luther
Question by luther303 | last reply
Managed to pick up a Swann swpro-642cam night vision security camera. No idea if it works, haven't tested it. But I would like to turn it into a wireless security camera for home. Assuming I would need a transmitter, but I'm not sure what kind. I would prefer to have it so I can just pop it up on my computer or phone, so could I avoid using a receiver and can it be recorded on my laptop as well?
Topic by 4DIYers | last reply