I am newbie on wireless communication. I have a project that is related to the RF Modules. I want to set up a wireless network between 3 RF Modules (why RF Modules - because they are cheap...I guess???). I picked 2.4 GHz RF Modules because of there will be more than one set (set includes 3 RF Modules). I don't want my sets interact each other (interference their signal each other signal ...right?).
I don't how this 2.4 GHz RF Module works. How they pair each other? Unlike 27 MHz receiver (ex. Like RC Cars... if you have RC cars working on the same frequency, you can control two cars with one controller). At the 2.4 GHz, why is this interference not occur? (Because of FHSS or DSSS... ???? or at the software side--- add some bytes to signal for identification???). How these 2.4 GHz receiver and transmitter know each other? (Is this word correct -- PAIRING ? or SYNC? ). I am really sorry. I know this is really basic thing, but I didn't find any answer. Try to understand for next steps...
My project is not sending signal between two RF Modules. I try to use 3 RF Modules--- one for receive other two for transmit the my control signal. Basically, I have an idea that is One Robot that performs two different tasks (first task basic things moving right/left/forward/backward-- these are control with one controller and second task control arms and head etc...-- controls with second controller). At the medium, there will be may be 10 robots, so I don't need any interference (don't control other's robot vice verse...) I have attached a diagram. I searched that I found something like DATA PIPE... I believe that will work for this configuration right??.
I bought 3 Wixel RF modules. Does Wixel support this? ( Does Wixel have data pipe feature?--- OR do I need data pipe for set up this network? )
Help me please. I will appreciate...
Attached block diagram
I tried to explain...
Thank you so Much..