Are you a Ping Pong lover? Would you mind to play the Ping Pong all day long? Oops, hold on a second! What I tried to mean here is the PingPong-CDC, which it’s needs to use frequency hopping techniques to create a bidirectional link, but not the real Ping Pong sport that you making you sweat lol
This PingPong-CDC project is a homebrew USB frequency hopping spread spectrum RF modem (FHSS). Basically, the modem is based on the Microchip PIC18F2550 and the Semtec XE1205 RF module.
The module doesn’t include any MAC or protocol layer and that’s what this project tries to implement. The main purpose of this project is to demonstrate how to write a FHSS MAC layer and apply USB into this project to interface it with a PC through CDC and WinUSB!
The non hard-wired feature has making the protocol becoming easier to change or modify the software to experiment with some of the different protocols. Beside that, a utility for pairing and configuring modems is included as well.
Since this is a simple to develop electronic project, it won’t wasting you too much of time! Hope you’re enjoy the project and have some fun with it.