Raspberry Pi wireless
The rapidradio is the simplest wireless connectivity for your Raspberry Pi. Just plug it in and use the rapidradio command-line tool.
open source initiative
Full rapidradio source code is available at GitHub. It’s free to use and modify (MIT License).
You could just solder manually 8 wires to the tiny RFM75 radio, that’s true. But Raspberry Pi looks so pretty with the rapidradio and we all love working with beautiful designed devices, don’t we?
what is the rapidradio?
Isn’t it just beauty?
No, it’s not.
It is beauty and it works!
How cool is that?
rapidradio means the simplest wireless connectivity for your Raspberry Pi. It’s a half-duplex 2.4GHz transceiver based on the RFM75 module (made by HopeRF). It’s a perfect solution for any kind of home automation, robotics, DIY projects, Arduino-to-RaspberryPi projects etc. You will be surprised how much you can reach using rapidradio. So much opportunities and so much fun, because it will work for you both ways – for your projects and for your taste. Enjoy!
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