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Arduino Uno based Oregon Scientific v 2.1 sensor emulator transmission

Well, it’s been a good while since our last post but there is a good excuse for it, there is a new product coming soon in the shop, a new temperature and humidity sensor so keep visiting us.. Now, for … Continue reading

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Oregon Scientific version 2.1 & 3.0 RF protocol

The RF transmissions use on-off-keying (OOK) with Manchester coding on a carrier frequency of 433.92MHz. See the Wikipedia entry on Manchester coding for more information or consult a basic text on digital RF communications. All OS protocol versions use the … Continue reading

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RF Oregon Scientific version 1.0 Protocol Samples

A number of samples are available to help describe the protocol and structure of messages. The version 1.0 preamble is shown below. The clock rate used to generate the x-axis was 342Hz. The integer values on the horizontal axis are … Continue reading

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Oregon Scientific v 1.0 RF Protocol Description

While scouring the internet for information on the Oresgon Scientific RF protocols I came accross some information gathered by others so I woul like to share it here. Much of the information here has been gathered from various postings on … Continue reading

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