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Mini insect robots

Posted on March 03, 2010

By Vincent Abry & filled under Uncategorized.

MiddleCreekMerchants made the small insect robots above with the help of electronic pieces: cable connectors for the legs and diodes for the antennas. These mini-robots move in all directions of your desk and are directed with the use of a remote control…for the TV! Certainly this is not revolutionary but it shows how you can [...]
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As far as we can tell, they should work together, but you would need to test the two together to be sure. We also have this model.

With both antennas, you will need an adapter like this.

Hope this helps,
2014-08-27 17:15 by jarcand
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... pics and info. Your setup looks real nice. That was one thing I noticed about the V-Tail frame was placement of equipment. Especially as far as antennas and cameras go. Pure coincidence, but I was also looking at the mt2216-12 motors. (I've been on vacation this week, lots of time for research). ...
2014-01-05 22:12 by Joel01569
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... rid of the standard antenna that come with it for at least clover leaf - check out http://www.readymaderc.com - iBcrazy is like the guy for FPV antennas I should have coming in the mail any day 4 - iPower iBM2212Q 1000kv Brushless Multicopter Motor (HQ Bearing) 4 - iPeaka iQ 30A Brushless Multicopter ...
2013-12-16 12:44 by cdraptor
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... of the magnetic field created by wire implanted in the ground and covered by a sinusoidal electric current. The magnetic field is detected by antennas, which follow the frequency corresponds to the way forward. My problem its the hardware. I know i need the transmitter and de receptor frequency ...
2013-10-21 02:27 by sergio87
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... for Serializer • Predrilled holes for Sharp IR Sensors • Predrilled holes for ICOP Vortex86-6082 board and cables • Predrilled holes for switches, antennas, and wire routing 2. The Vortex86 has got to be still pretty decent - what can I put on that? I recall that Windows 8 (before I left Microsoft ...
2013-10-17 08:10 by CBenson
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This development board with a built-in antenna should be appropriate: http://www.robotshop.com/ProductInfo.aspx?pc=RB-Spa-506
2013-10-16 16:44 by Carlitos
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What antennas are compatible with the RFID Module - SM130 Mifare (13.56 MHz)

Thank you,

Drew
2013-10-11 14:51 by sixpak
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Without using a vision system it is very difficult to track an object. Unfortunately all RFID antennas we have are not meant to localize tags.
2012-09-11 12:24 by Carlitos
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... T7C 2.4 GHz? 7 channel, rechargeable battery and charger Futaba T4EXA 72 MHz ? 4 channel? charger? What are the two black modules with antennas? Xmit modules for the T7C? Then three receivers with some orange? Then two V8HT receivers? Then a black Futaba FM 72MHz ? receiver? R617FS ...
2012-06-19 02:11 by KM6VV
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... got one question really. I've got three options to control the hex. xbee pro rpsma's with a 6 mile range. xbee pro's with a 1 mile range and chip antennas. or bluetooth (in the form of a bluetoothbee). I guess what I'm asking is... DIY xbee people.... what all have you used? OH, and just for kicks... ...
2012-03-08 02:09 by TheNovice
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... for still more. I believe you are so skilled and inventive you could somehow build your own CNC machine out of old soccer balls and used TV antennas. If you had Swiss watchmaker's genes, you could miniaturize your design and build fleets of MorpHexes out of ping pong balls. Waiting for more
2012-01-21 04:23 by RoboTed
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... to 15 pounds. I am going to make it out of sheet metal but there are going to be a lot of electronics in it. 2 cameras, R/C receiver, a couple of antennas, and a cooling fan. Thanks for all the help again. Love Dave and Cole
2011-10-23 19:16 by kermit911
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All of the antennas we offer are designed to be used with specific products or product types. We don't have any motorized ones simply because they are not necessary. If you need an antenna for your application, it should correspond ...
2011-02-23 10:22 by CBenson
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The below routers and antennas look like they would be good for use with an extended range routerbot. http://www.radiolabs.com/products/wireless/networking/1-watt-router.php" onclick="window.open(this.href);return false; http://www.radiolabs.com/products/wireless/wireless-2.html" ...
2010-11-19 15:14 by zoomkat
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... Some powerful routers like the Buffalo ones in bridging mode might get 2,500' line of sight range. Google for wifi shootout to see what large antennas can do. Also IP cams can be plugged directly into routers to give the bot some vision capability. The use of a wireless router is interesting, ...
2010-10-18 19:10 by KM6VV
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