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AdHoc network with different senders
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I've made a quick and dirty solution for the interference issue by inserting a 600ms delay in the send function in one of the 433Mhz slaves.

With this solution at least 'most' of the switches keep functioning when one of the slaves fails.

Regards,
Karel.
 
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RE: AdHoc network with different senders - by Karel - 12-17-2015, 07:49 PM

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