Wireless Transmitter and Receiver using ASK RF Module

ASK RF Modules - Trasmitter and Receiver

Wireless Transmitter and Receiver using ASK RF Module

A wireless radio frequency (RF) transmitter and receiver can be easily made using HT12D Decoder, HT12E Encoder and ASK RF Module. Wireless transmission can be done by using 433Mhz or 315MHz ASK RF Transmitter and Receiver modules. In these modules digital data is represented by different amplitudes of the carrier wave, hence this modulation is known as Amplitude Shift Keying (ASK). Radio Frequency (RF) transmission is more strong and reliable than Infrared (IR) transmission due to following reasons :

  • Radio Frequency signals can travel longer distances than Infrared.
  • Only line of sight communication is possible through Infrared while radio frequency signals can be transmitted even when there is obstacles.
  • Infrared signals will get interfeared by other IR sources but signals on one frequency band in RF will not interfeared by other frequency RF signals.

Transmitter Circuit Diagram

ASK RF Transmitter

ASK RF Transmitter

HT12E Encoder IC will convert the 4 bit parallel data given to pins D0 – D3 to serial data and will be available at DOUT. This output serial data is given to ASK RF Transmitter. Address inputs A0 – A7 can be used to provide data security and can be connected to GND (Logic ZERO) or left open (Logic ONE). Status of these Address pins should match with status of address pins in the receiver for the transmission of the data. Data will be transmitted only when the Transmit Enable pin (TE) is LOW. 1.1MΩ resistor will provide the necessary external resistance for the operation of the internal oscillator of HT12E.

Receiver Circuit Diagram

ASK RF Receiver

ASK RF Receiver

ASK RF Receiver receives the data transmitted using ASK RF Transmitter. HT12D decoder will convert the received serial data to 4 bit parallel data D0 – D3. The status of these address pins A0-A7 should match with status of address pin in the HT12E at the transmitter for the transmission of data. The LED connected to the above circuit glows when valid data transmission occurs from transmitter to receiver. 51KΩ resistor will provide the necessary resistance required for the internal oscillator of the HT12D.

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  • obvy

    how strong are these ic’s are they the same

  • Noise

    why ask modulation is used in RF modules when they are susceptible to noise?

  • Actually, I don’t know.. They might be simpler and low cost..
    These are readymade RF module available in the market..

  • rf proj

    is this really working?

  • Yes, it is 100% working

  • Copper Masud

    thank you so much for this article .>>>>>> this _ is _ *** _working……..
    it’s awesome…………………………….. but is there any way to transmit analog audio signal through a Digital way using HT12E , Sir ?????????????

  • Try using ADC… and DAC.. before that find the bandwidth of your transmitter and receiver by using a CRO and Function Generator.

  • Copper Masud

    hmm … .i was thinking personally………..
    sir , thank you so much for your help …….

  • rf proj

    i imitated your design and i cant have it working :(( i placed an led on D0 and it’s just always high. the led on the collector doesnt even light up it just sometimes blink 🙁 please help me

  • Hello, it is 100% working… you might have made some mistake ..
    You can also buy the completed item through eBay : http://www.ebay.in/itm/ASK-RF-Transmitter-and-Receiver-module-/221538214585

  • rf proj

    all data out pins are always high even if i try to have all the data in pins graounded. can i have your email address sir?

  • shams

    sir i want to need some guidance to controll my pic16f through internet.sir help me please

  • Use an ethernet or wifi module.

  • Proj

    Can this module be used with the ciruits in this page? The Transmitter have 8 pins instead of four.

  • I don’t get your question.
    You can buy this module here :
    http://www.ebay.in/itm/ASK-RF-Transmitter-and-Receiver-module-/221553116682

  • Dexter

    Hi,
    I have made a similar circuit using 434mhz module. I have used ht12e and ht12d ICs. Between osc1 and osc2 I have used 750k resistor for ht12e and a 33k resistor for ht12d. I have kept pin 3 of receiver (linear o/p) open. And I have not yet connected antenna in either Tx or Rx. Everything else is the same as in your blog. But my circuit is not at all working even if i keep Tx and Rx 5cm apart! Please guide me to solve my problem! Thanks!

  • Use correct resistor values otherwise it may not work.. use 1Mohm or 1.1Mohm for ht12e..

  • cla_proj

    Is this transmitter module compatible with your design?

    www (dot) alexan (dot) com (dot) ph/downloads/alexan_rf (dot) pdf

    This modules has 8 pins for the transmitter while what you used with your design only has 4 pins. Can youhelp us in implementing this module (attached link) with your design? What should we do with the transmitter module connections?

    Are we going to have problems with this module (attached link) ?

  • Er Nitin Ahuja

    sir,,, if we use two set of rf module at same place it is not working one RF receiver will off..They are getting interfere with each other.how we can use two rf module at same place…pls help

  • prabhu sp

    sir shall we use ordinary radio as a receiver tuned to the particular frequency?

  • No, the above circuit will works at 315MHz or 434MHz….

  • Brecal

    hi ..
    can we use 8pin switch for the address code rather then grounding all?

  • Yes ofcourse..

  • ay

    Good day,pls i did my own circuit but the transmitter and the receiver are not communicating. how can i troubleshoot the problem pls? and i must get it done today! someone pls help

  • Above circuits are 100% working… Make sure that you are using correct oscillator resistors..

  • abhishek

    mai i know the range of transmitter

  • abhishek

    how much distance it can travel

  • It can transmit more than 100 meters with proper antennas.

  • Cis

    can this module transmit a 0-9V signal?

  • This is digital transmitter and receiver..

  • Sunny

    Sir i have purchased the Transmitter and receiver . the problem i just noticed is that the one i have got has 3 pins in its transmitter and 4 in its receiver while in the block diagram it has 4 and 8 pins respectively.But it operates on 433 Mhz.Will it work .How can i connect the pins. Need your help .

  • Sorry, I haven’t yet used that module.

  • shubham

    can you help me by making a wireless transmitter and receiver using st12 ?

  • Nick

    what does that mean exactly? does this mean that, if I for instance, apply a Constant 5 Volts to a digital input of the encoder, does this mean the output on the reciever will be a 5V output (i.e. is the digital equivalent of logic 1 – 5V)

  • Nick

    My Valid reception LED (one in line with the transistor) is also not turning on to say there is a connection between the boards, what can this be a sign of

  • Sorry, I haven’t yet used ST12.

  • Yes, exactly.

  • Make sure that you are using correct oscillator resistors.

  • suresh

    Sir can we use 2 pair of 4 bit rf transmitters for 8 bit data transmission

  • You may use a 315Mhz and a 434MHz for that. But it is better to send 8 bit data as 2 parts sequentially with 1 pair. You may also use UART with low baud rate.

  • Kunal Ahirwal

    I think you should make a video of completed circuit board, it’ll help everyone.
    Thanks

  • Premal Patel

    I want to make wireless device which can receive the data upto 90 degree upto 20 meter. can any body help?

  • Thanks for the suggestion.

  • You can use above circuit for that.

  • Er Nitin Ahuja

    Sir can we send 8bit uart data by pic16f877a by RF communication……if possible then how..

  • Ernesto Luis Barrionuevo Sastr

    Do i have to make any change to the circuit if the receiver circuit is supplied with a 6 Volts or 4.5 VCC(it’s because i can only get batteries of 1.5 Volts, so I plan to put 3 of them together for 4.5 or 4 for 6 volts. I don’t want to craft a voltage divider subcircuit or use a lm317 voltage regulator.

  • Yes, it will be possible.. But use lowest baud rate.. 2400.

  • Just put a diode in series.. it will drop 0.7V.

  • Ernesto Luis Barrionuevo Sastr

    Good idea!. I hope the extra 0.3 V won’t screw the circuit 😛

  • Nop.

  • You can use it .. by changing address.
    But simultaneous operation of all transmitters in the same vicinity will not work.

  • Ernesto Luis Barrionuevo Sastr

    If otherwise I connect it to 220 V previously adapted to lets say 6 V, should i use a voltage regulator(adaptate to 5 V) to protect the circuit against electrical surge(diodes won’t work)? Or the 6 V adaptator would do the job?

  • Aravind

    Can these modules support direct serial communication with 2 89c51, one on the transmitter side and the other on the reciver side???

  • Ernesto Luis Barrionuevo Sastr

    It is hard to find the pair of HT12 in my country. Is it possible that I could replace them with some other decoder/encoder Integrated circuit?

  • Yes.. you can use 6V adaptor. .with a diode in series..
    For protecting circuit from surges.. you can use MOV (Metal Oxide Varistor)

  • Yes.. you can use it.. but you should use lowest baud rate.

  • Aravind

    I am doing a home automation project and it requires 2 89c51. One 89c51 has been interfaced with the 434mhz transmitter module (ie tx pin of 89c51 is connected to data in of transmitter module) and the other 89c51 has been interfaced with the receiver module( rx pin of 89c51 is connected to data out of receiver module).

    So if I configure the IC with the lowest baud rate (ie1200), will it work?

  • I think you need to invert the output of receiver module before connecting it to uart input.

  • Kunal Ahirwal

    Should I use the LM 7805 ic for receiver to get 5 volt?

  • Yes, you can use it.

  • Which is your country ?

  • Kunal Ahirwal

    Sir, at receiver, 15-16 pin requires 51k can I use 55k?

  • akshay

    sir how to make 1ch transmitter and receiver without using encoder and decoder,microcontroller etc. ic’s
    give me solution for this

  • akshay

    i want to operate wireless buzzer on off using rf module

  • Just try it .. but it might not work with 55K.

  • I think you can use the modules directly.

  • You can connect it directly to the above circuit.

  • Ernesto Luis Barrionuevo Sastr

    Argentina. Nevermind, i found a pair. It doesn’t matter what voltage I use (3-12)V, i will always use a 1.1M ohm resistance in the ht12e circuit?

  • shahzaib

    hey sir .!!! will you plz give me the code of transmitter and reciever with pic microcontroller ??

  • The transmission range varies with the applied voltage.

  • Sorry we don’t have it.

  • sunny

    Hello sir,
    How can i flash hex file in HT12D/E ?
    i am using universal programmer IC kit box, but i am not able to flash image,
    can u plz help me, which kit box , we have to use ?

  • karthi

    nice tutorial

  • karthi

    #include

    #include

    __CONFIG(0X3F32);

    #define _XTAL_FREQ 12000000

    #define RS RB1 //LCD PINS

    #define E RB0

    #define DATA PORTD

    #define B1 RB2

    #define RELAY RB3

    #define R1 RC0 //ROW-output

    #define R2 RC1

    #define R3 RC2

    #define R4 RC3

    #define C1 RB7 //COL inputs

    #define C2 RB6

    #define C3 RB5

    #define C4 RB4

    char *s;

    int k,o,t,h,th;

    char in[4];

    unsigned long int i1=2215486;

    unsigned char value[4][4]= { ‘1’,’2′,’3′,’4′,

    ‘5’,’6′,’7′,’8′,

    ‘9’,’A’,’B’,’C’,

    ‘D’,’E’,’F’,’0′ };

    char p[4]={‘1′,’2′,’3′,’4’};

    void cmd(unsigned char c)

    {

    DATA=c;

    RS=0;

    E=1;

    __delay_ms(10);

    E=0;

    }

    void data(unsigned char d)

    {

    DATA=d;

    RS=1;

    E=1;

    __delay_ms(10);

    E=0;

    }

    void printxy(const char *w,int r ,int c)

    {

    int i=0;

    if(r==1)

    {

    for(i=c;i<*w!='';i++)

    {

    cmd(0x80+i);

    data(*w);

    w++;

    }

    }

    if(r==2)

    {

    for(i=c;i<*w!='';i++)

    {

    cmd(0xc0+i);

    data(*w);

    w++;

    }

    }

    }

    void digit4xy( unsigned int digit,int r,int c1)

    {

    int c=c1-1;

    o=digit%10;

    t=(digit%100)/10;

    h=(digit%1000)/100;

    th=(digit%10000)/1000;

    if(r==1)

    {

    cmd(0x80+c);

    data(th+0x30);

    c++;

    cmd(0x80+c);

    data(h+0x30);

    c++;

    cmd(0x80+c);

    data(t+0x30);

    c++;

    cmd(0x80+c);

    data(o+0x30);

    }

    if(r==2)

    {

    cmd(0xc0+c);

    data(th+0x30);

    c++;

    cmd(0xc0+c);

    data(h+0x30);

    c++;

    cmd(0xc0+c);

    data(t+0x30);

    c++;

    cmd(0xc0+c);

    data(o+0x30);

    }

    }

    unsigned int getkey(void)

    {

    int row,co,dummy,flag=0;

    R1=R2=R3=R4=0;

    //__delay_ms(1000);

    R1=1;R2=0;R3=0;R4=0;

    {

    //__delay_ms(10);

    if(C1==1){

    while(C1==1);

    return '1';

    }

    if(C2==1){

    while(C2==1);

    return '2';

    }

    if(C3==1){

    while(C3==1);

    return '3';

    }

    if(C4==1){

    while(C4==1);

    return 'A';}

    }

    R1=0;R2=1;R3=0;R4=0;

    {

    //__delay_ms(10);

    if(C1==1){

    while(C1==1);

    return '4';}

    if(C2==1){

    while(C2==1);

    return '5';

    }

    if(C3==1){

    while(C3==1);

    return '6';

    }

    if(C4==1){

    while(C4==1);

    return 'B';

    }

    }

    R1=0;R2=0;R3=1;R4=0;

    {

    //__delay_ms(10);

    if(C1==1){

    while(C1==1);

    return '7';}

    if(C2==1){

    while(C2==1);

    return '8';

    }

    if(C3==1){

    while(C3==1);

    return '9';

    }

    if(C4==1){

    while(C4==1);

    return 'c';

    }

    }

    R1=0;R2=0;R3=0;R4=1;

    {

    //__delay_ms(10);

    if(C1==1){

    while(C1==1);

    return '*';

    }

    if(C2==1){

    while(C2==1);

    return '0';

    }

    if(C3==1){

    while(C3==1);

    return '#';

    }

    if(C4==1){

    while(C4==1);

    return 'D';

    }

    }

    return 0xff;

    }

    int keypressed()

    {

    int dummy;

    do

    {

    __delay_ms(100);

    dummy=getkey();

    }while(dummy==0xff);

    return dummy;

    }

    char *getstring(int length)

    {

    static char f[16];

    int i=0;

    for(i=0;i<length;i++)

    {

    f[i]=keypressed();

    cmd(0x80+i);

    data(f[i]);

    }

    f[length]='';

    return f;

    }

    void serial_initi()

    {

    //TXSTA REG

    CSRC=0;TX9=0;TXEN=1;SYNC=0;BRGH=1;

    TRMT=1;

    TXIE=0;

    RCIE=1;

    //RCSTA REG

    SPEN=1;

    RX9=0;

    SREN=0;

    CREN=1;

    SPBRG=25;

    }

    void uart_write(const char d)

    {

    while(TXIF==0);

    TXREG=d;

    //__delay_ms(50);

    }

    void uart_string(const char *w)

    {

    do

    {

    uart_write(*w);

    w++;

    }

    while(*w!='');

    }

    void digit4_uart(unsigned int digit)

    {

    int a[4];

    //int a1=digit;

    a[0]=digit%10;

    a[1]=(digit%100)/10;

    a[2]=(digit%1000)/100;

    a[3]=digit/1000;

    uart_write(a[3]+0x30);

    uart_write(a[2]+0x30);

    uart_write(a[1]+0x30);

    uart_write(a[0]+0x30);

    }

    char uart_read()

    {

    while(RCIF==0);

    return RCREG;

    }

    char uart_ready_send()

    {

    return TXIF;

    }

    char uart_ready_read()

    {

    return RCIF;

    }

    char uart_read_string()

    {

    int i=0;

    do

    {

    s[i]=uart_read();

    i++;

    }while(uart_read()!='');

    return *s;

    }

    void uart_enter()

    {

    uart_write(0x0d); //

    uart_write(0x0a); //

    }

    void gsm_initi()

    {

    uart_string(“AT”);

    uart_enter();

    uart_string(“AT+CMGF=1”);

    uart_enter();

    __delay_ms(100);

    }

    void send_message(const char *msg)

    {

    gsm_initi();

    //uart_string(“AT+CMGS=”);

    //uart_write(‘”‘);

    //uart_string(“9597422089”);

    //__delay_ms(300);

    uart_write(‘”‘);

    uart_write(0x0a);

    __delay_ms(300);

    uart_string(msg);

    __delay_ms(300);

    uart_enter();

    uart_write(0x1a); //control z

    __delay_ms(300);

    }

    unsigned int random()

    {

    while(B1==1)

    {

    i1++;

    digit4xy(i1,2,7);

    }

    __delay_ms(200);

    return i1;

    }

    char *otp_string()

    {

    int otp=0;

    otp=random();

    digit4xy(otp,2,6);

    char a[4];

    a[0]=otp%10;cmd(0xc0);

    data(a[0]);

    a[1]=(otp%100)/10;cmd(0xc1);

    data(a[1]);

    a[2]=(otp%1000)/100;cmd(0xc2);

    data(a[2]);

    a[3]=(otp%10000)/1000;

    cmd(0xc3);

    data(a[3]);

    return a;

    }

    void lcd_initi()

    {

    cmd(0x38);

    cmd(0x06);

    cmd(0x0c);

    cmd(0x01);

    //cmd(0x0e);

    }

    void main()

    {

    TRISD=0X00;

    TRISC=0B10110000;

    TRISB=0XF0;

    lcd_initi();

    serial_initi();

    int i=0,op=3333;

    RELAY=0;

    while(1)

    {

    printxy(“OTP TEST”,1,2);

    //uart_write(‘k’);

    //digit4_uart(op);

    char k;

    k=random(); //getting OTP as string

    digit4xy(k,2,1);

    //gsm_initi();

    uart_string(“AT”);

    uart_enter();

    __delay_ms(50);

    uart_string(“AT+CMGF=1”);

    uart_enter();

    __delay_ms(50);

    uart_string(“AT+CMGS=”);

    uart_write(‘”‘);

    uart_string(“9597422089”);

    uart_write(‘”‘);

    uart_enter();

    __delay_ms(50);

    uart_string(“YOUR OTP IS:”);

    //uart_enter();

    __delay_ms(50);

    digit4_uart(k);

    uart_write(0x0a);

    __delay_ms(50);

    uart_write(0x1a); //control z

    cmd(0x01);

    printxy(“MSG SEND”,1,1);

    __delay_ms(500);

    printxy(” TYPE PASSWORD”,1,1);

    char check[4];

    check[3]=k%10;

    check[2]=(k%100)/10;

    check[1]=(k%1000)/100;

    check[0]=k/1000;

    __delay_ms(500);

    for(i=0;i<4;i++)

    {

    in[i]=keypressed();

    cmd(0xc0+i);

    data(in[i]);

    }

    if(in[0]==th+0x30&&in[1]==h+0x30&&in[2]==t+0x30&&in[3]==o+0x30)

    {

    cmd(0x01);

    printxy("MATCHED",1,1);

    RELAY=1;

    //continue;

    }

    else

    {cmd(0x01);

    printxy("NOT MATCHED",1,1);

    RELAY=0;

    break;

    }

    __delay_ms(500);

    cmd(0x01);

    }

    }

  • Chethan Murthy

    Its not a programmable IC

  • Chethan Murthy

    Whats the voltage to get maximum range?

  • HT12D / HT12E is not a programmable IC. No need of programs.

  • Thanks for your feedback.

  • Transmitter 12V…. Receiver works with 5V.

  • errol king nava

    sir can i use 433 rf transmitter and receiver with ht12 e and ht12 d? tnx

  • ayush

    Thank you buddy . I really need this circuit .

  • sunny

    Hi sir,
    Thank you for this information,
    Please help me on this,

    how can I use 2 transmitter and 2 receiver with ht12e/d,
    and how can I enable and disable TE pin according to first transmitter and 2nd transmitter,
    and how can we use A0-A7 pin for both transmitter and receiver.

    please help me on this,
    I am not able to use 2 transmitter and 2 receiver for increasing the range .

  • Yes, you can.

  • If you want to use 2 pairs at a time, you should use different frequencies 315Mhz and 434Mhz.

  • errol king nava

    Sir how can i use 433 rf and ht12 e and d to a 12volts dynamo? How can i connect? Tnx a lot.

  • carlton

    hello sir;
    i wanted to connect 4 dc, 12V motors(wireless);for d tyres so dat d car can turn left nd right,foward nd backward;
    and 1 on-off switch(wireless) for another 12V motor;
    how can i use the data lines.????

  • sunny

    so thats mean, we can use 2 pair like this:
    T1 transmitter(433mhz) will send data to R1 receiver(433mhz) and then T2 tranmitter(315mhz) can take input from R1 receiver(433mhz) and again T2 transmitter(315mhz) will send data to R2 receiver(315mhz) .
    so can i use this flow in our project:
    T1—>R1—>T2—->R2
    ?????
    Please help me on this.
    Thank you sir.

  • Kunal Ahirwal

    This circuit is 100% working. Thanks! Thanks!
    Sir, can you tell what is the current at the output?
    I want to run a 5v motor or speaker at output.

  • Kunal Ahirwal

    That’s a good idea.
    My opinion is refer to the data sheet of T2(315mhz), If it works on 5v input then it’ll surely work. Because from R1, you’ll get 5v only.

  • carlton

    if my receiver is at 12 volts than what voltage should i apply to the transmitter ckt???
    plz help me out.

  • Ardra Nair

    sir, why are 1-9 pins of ht12d grounded?

  • If you want to operate it only during the running time of dynamo, you can connect it after filtering and regulating.

  • Better to use a small microcontroller. Otherwise you have to implement a digital circuit using the logic. You can use L293D for driving the motor.
    Why you need 4 motors ? If it is only 2 motors and a castor wheel then the solution will become very simple.

  • Yes, you can use like that … no problems.

  • No speaker, no motor,,

    Maximum output current capability of HT12D is only 1.6mA.

  • What ?

    Receiver will work only with 5V supply. Don’t provide 12V.

  • It is the address.. I set all address to 0, that’s why it is grounded. You can change it as your wish.

  • Rakshith

    If I have two identical rf receivers placed at different distances from the rf transmitter.(let’s assume they’re differing by quite a distance. They’re not very close.) Will the nearest receiver receive a signal with higher strength or will both receive the same strength? If yes, can I compare the signal strengths, a logical comparison to find out which is stronger using the values received by the receivers.Thanks.!

  • carlton

    sir how can i reduce the delay time
    (time between i/p to transmitter nd o/p at the receiver)
    plzz help me out
    nd thnx

  • ankur
  • Kunal Ahirwal

    This model is working.
    Thanks for saving my project, sir.

  • Si Bintang Agama

    Sir, can i use rf modelule and interface with at89c51 without using decoder and encoder?

  • Most probably, it will receive the signal with higher strength. But I think some times it may not receive anything due to interference, especially when they are close enough.

  • Delay time ?? I think it is fast enough. You can even transmit low baud rate UART wirelessly.

  • I think you can make it using the above circuit, L293D motor driver, dc motors etc.

  • Yes, it is possible.

  • Kishore Paul

    3 pin in transmitter doesn’t make a great difference !!
    3 pin Gnd,Data,Vcc .. Antenna is a hold at the corner !
    4 pin in reciever also the same case !
    4 pin Gnd,Data,Vcc,Antenna !
    Difference is made in the way by coupling them !!
    Just take a look at 8 pin they are coupled !!

  • meera

    sir,
    is there any way that i can compare the signal strength at the receiver side with a reference point.
    thank you sir.

  • Rahul

    I am using this module only to transmit data using gesture controlling glove. Made all the connections exactly as mentioned above.Still it’s not working. If I send high on all four pins of encoder ic, there is no output voltage at the data lines of decoder which I checked by connecting an LED to it
    What could possibly be the problem ?
    Please help !

  • I don’t think you can do it using these modules.

  • Above circuits are 100% percentage working. The receiver side LED will glow when the transmitter is connected to the receiver. Make sure that all resistor values and connections are correct.

  • Anand Patil

    sir,
    I have 12 different data lines from micro controller, I need to transmit this wireless, Please suggest a method.

  • Pushkar Jog

    sir, what is the difference between rf receivers with 4 pins and 8 pins?? Thnx

  • Tapan

    I have a 434 MHz RF Receiver (8-pin) module. I am finding the ANT pin is shorted to its adjacent GND pin. Is it normal?

  • Best way to transmit it serially.

  • I haven’t yet used the 4 pin one. It will be another design that’s all.. Even in 8 pin. only 4 pins are used. VCC, GND, DATA and ANT.

  • Better to try with different metals, sorry I am not sure which will work fine.

    It is good to use float switch or ac sensing.

  • I don’t think. How it will work if antenna is shorted to ground ?

  • Alternative

    To make it in Vietnam, I see that HT12E and HT12D are not being sold in Vietnam. I am going to try PT2262 and PT2272 as alternatives. Do you think that circuit would still work even though I use them instead of HT12E and HT12D?

  • Sorry, I am not sure about it.

  • Roy

    Hi. It’s any IC like HT12E/D that can take 6/8 parallel inputs? I can’t found HT600s series in my country :/
    I need to send 6 or 8 bits via RF, and I dont want to use uC.
    Thanks!

  • Srinivasan

    hello, I just want to transfer Logic 0 or 1 to control a Buzzer/ Relay with this circuit with out adding the encoder /decoder. Is it possible??

  • jatin

    can this model be used with a quadcopter?

  • Çhåúðhrý Fåhåd

    i wana make the transmitter and receiver any body help mee???

  • Reetesh Kocheta

    I am using three transmitter and three receiver sets, but now every receiver is showing no input signals. Each set of tx and rx are set with different pins grounded. Pls can you explain it. Which mode of signal transmission should I use. or how can I solve this problem.

  • You may use some digital circuit to send 8 bits vai 4 channels.

  • Yes, it is possible and is very easy. Just use a transistor to drive that buzzer or relay.

  • Yes, you can try….

  • More than one transmitter of same frequency won’t work simultaneously at the same time. You may use 2 different frequencies like 315MHz and 434MHz. Or you can transmit by time splitting.

  • ms zim

    how long or distance it can pass data?

  • Gopal

    Sir, I would like to use the circuit as water tank controller with distance about 400 mtrs. Is it possible?

  • It is 100m as per the specification of the module.

  • If you need 400 meters, you should some other wireless transmitter.

  • Darshan

    Sir,
    I want to connect calculator to transmitter how to connect it?Can I use any transmitter with any reciver?

  • Darshan

    Sir,
    How to connect LCD display to transmitter and reciver?
    And how to connect transmitter to analog to digital converter.

  • Sorry, please elaborate your project. You can use above circuit to transmit small data.

  • You can use one microcontroller for adc and transmitting data. Use another microcontroller to receive that data and to drive lcd display.

  • rishav dasgupta

    I COULDNOT FIND THE 1.1 M AND 51 K RESISTOR SO AM USING 100K 1 M 39K AND 12 K ATTACHED TO GET THE DESIRED VALUES BUT LET ME MAKE SURE SOMETHING IS THE WATTAGE OF RESISTORS 1/4 W?

  • K. G radhakrishnan

    Sir,
    We have a Rf trans receiver set working on 12V, Learning code is coded. Now unwanted signals it is catching and receiver get activated on un wanted times. Can you please suggest some remedy

  • Faiz

    how to make a remote control car ? With transmeter and reseaver can you give me a diagram. Pleeeeeeese

  • Yes, wattage is not a problem there.

  • Catching unwanted signal or noise ?

  • Try searching internet, you will get a lot of circuits for that.