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Posted: 20 May 2018 at 1:15pm | IP Logged Quote TassyJim

Andrew_G wrote:

If I understand the attached picture correctly, the remote HC-12 transmits at ~400Hz above 433.4MHz (shown as "Incoming") and the HC-12 on my test rig is transmitting at ~300Hz below (shown as "Outgoing").

Should they not BOTH be at 433.400MHz?

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I am not sure what transmission protocol is used but you are likely to be seeing two peaks from the one device.

You will not have the local and remote devices transmitting at the same time, so if there is a difference, you will see the peak (or pair of peaks) shifting slightly depending on which device is transmitting.

Jim

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Posted: 20 May 2018 at 1:51pm | IP Logged Quote Andrew_G

Hi Jim, thanks,
all my HC-12s are set to 2400, FU2 on the first channel (433.400MHz). I'm pretty sure that the RH "Incoming" peak is the the remote network reporting in every 10 seconds and that the LH "Outgoing" is the re-broadcast from my local test rig - if I turn the rig off I still see the RH peak BUT not the LH one ('cause its not being sent).
(the peaks are a different height because the RH one, which is a split second older, had decayed a little before I took the screen shot)

Does that make sense or am I very confused?

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Posted: 23 May 2018 at 9:58pm | IP Logged Quote Chopperp

The HC-12's I ordered from Andrew_G's link arrived yesterday. They look the same as one in pjmart's photo so I assume they are the clones.

Searched previous posts on how to set them up etc. Found the stuff I needed. Thanks guys.

Connected up to a USB to TTL converter & programmed 2 using Roberts prog. Easy when you know how etc.

Now to see if they will talk to each other. Try tomorrow maybe.

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