IR to RF converter circuit


Posted on Feb 6, 2014

The IR to RF transmitter circuit given here can convert the IR signals from your remote to RF signals to long distances. The circuit given here is a good one for extending the range of your IR remote. Also such systems does not need a line of sight since RF signals are used. The transmitter is based on a St-TX 01 ASK transmitter IC (IC2). The IR sig


IR to RF converter circuit
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nals falling on IC 1 (TSOP 1738) will be converted to RF signals by IC2 and transmitted through antenna. The transmitter has a power output of 16dBm at 5V supply. The receiver is based on a ST-RX04 ASK receiver IC (IC3). The IC3 receives the transmitted code, decodes it to the original IR code and re transmits through IR LED (D1). The transistor Q1 is used to drive the D1 from the output of the IC3(pin2).




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