This is something i’ve been working on for a couple days and finally got something worth showing. After a while using Radio Frequency Links in some projects i realized that many messages are lost and it requires you to send them over and over again until it reaches the destiny and does what it is supposed to do. I then decided to do something about it and since i know i’m going to lose a few messages in the air at least send it again in a transparent way so it doesn’t bother me. In a few words this is an implementation of a protocol that guarantees that a message sent over a RF Link will get to its destiny no matter what. This implementation is based on RF Links, Arduino e Java. At the end of the explanation of the protocol there’s an example of where it can be usefull, so, let’s get it started.
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