Application to control RC devices in the frequency of 49 MHz using C# .Net and Arduino

Application to control RC devices in the frequency of 49 MHz using C# .Net and Arduino

The interest for using and adapting technology is increasing today, primarily for the use of control devices of different ways or techniques. A practical guide of an operable system composed by a computer application and electronic circuits is designed to control a Radio-Controlled device (toy car)...

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Journal Title: ECORFAN Journal-Mexico
First author: José Abril Garcia
Other Authors: Iván Meza Ibarra;
Adelina Alcántar Martínez;
Alejandro García Juárez
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Language: English
Get full text: http://www.ecorfan.org/journal/v9n20/ECORFAN_Journal_Mexico_V9_N20_6.pdf
Resource type: Journal Article
Source: ECORFAN Journal-Mexico; Vol 9, No 20 (Year 2018).
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Publisher: ECORFAN México
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Categories: Social Sciences/Humanities --> Business
Abstract: The interest for using and adapting technology is increasing today, primarily for the use of control devices of different ways or techniques. A practical guide of an operable system composed by a computer application and electronic circuits is designed to control a Radio-Controlled device (toy car) in the frequency of 49 MHz and using a C# .NET GUI to simulate the control on the computer screen which communicates with an Arduino Board to control the device. This kind of application base, which involves electronic circuits and software, can be used as methodic practice with students to develop better programming and electronic skills.
Translated abstract: El interés por usar y adaptar tecnologías está aumentando actualmente, principalmente el uso de controles para diferentes dispositivos. En este trabajo se presenta una guía práctica de un sistema compuesto por una aplicación de computadora y un circuito electrónico para operar un dispositivo controlado por radio (carro de juguete) en la frecuencia de 49MHz, utilizando una GUI en C# .NET para simular el control en una computadora, la cual se comunica con una placa Arduino para controlar el dispositivo. Este tipo de aplicación, que incluye circuitos electrónicos y software, puede ser usada como una práctica metódica con estudiantes para desarrollar mejores programas más complejos y robustos, así como habilidades en el área de la electrónica.