Phone-to-Arduino Aux Cable Transmission/TranslationShare on:
The project was originally designed to allow iOS device to communicate with an Arduino through Audio Jack and therefore transmit radio signals to my first Spidy project. I customized my own display library so that all my projects with display has the cute spider startup logo.
I’ve learned to sketch detailed schematics for the clarity of mind after my first radio controller project’s circuit ended up in mess and fried.
I acquired some tools to help with circuit design and soldering. I soldered two Arduinos to test out the Arduino-to-Arduino communication systems through I2C. (also called Primary-Secondary, Leader-Follower, or Parent-Helper)
I designed and printed the project encase on Tinkercad. The battery slot seems to be a perfect fit.
I played Uptown Funk to test if the channels work independently from each other. It seems to work as expected.
The Arduino is able to perceive precise raw data without much noise from my iPhone through audio jack and my partner’s app. I started working on building my own communication protocol. I attended Yale summer course Age of Digital Information for that purpose.