This RC reciever chip is very easy to use out of the box, yet provides some very sophisticated capabilities. The first project We’ll start using this chip will be a remote control Joystick for our mobile robot.
- point to the datasheet
- load personal photos of my project with NRF20L
- pull the image from evernote
- fritz a diagram
- post code that I use and or wrote
- Try to do an eagle cad
According to Benjamin David Fraser Plugging the NRF24L02 directly into the Arduino 3.3v power supply pin, will produce unregulated power, which will eventually lead to flaky or failed communications.
He suggests either buying a voltage regulator to ensure we get a smooth regulated 3.3v.
Or you could stick a 1-10 uF Capacitor between the Vcc and Ground terminals, that minimally should regulated the 5v step down to a regulated 3.3v.
The NRF24L01 operates from the SPI Interface, so controlling the chip with the standard pin outs on the Arduino or Raspberry Pi will be adequate for controlling the chip.
Point To Point Send and Recieve
Support on Arduino
We have it connected and communicating between two ends of an Arduino. On one end we have the joystick