AM OOK Senders

Sending AM Radio Signals Using Digital ASK Modulation: Simple Remote Controllers

ASK-Senders transmit AM (Amplitude Modulation) radio waves for digital communication: they use ASK (Amplitude-Shift keying) to encode bits or symbols.

ASK-Senders are the core of most commercial remote controllers.

While pure ASK-Senders can transmit any ASK-encoded digital information, a subgroup of these often adheres to the EV1527 (or similar) standard that can be understood by self-learning remotely controlled devices such as garage door openers or remote controlled plugs.


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(content created Apr 01, 2024)