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Control Anything Anywhere without Internet with Arduino

How to make your own Arduino Wireless long distance Controller via DTMF Decoding without the Internet, WiFi or Bluetooth
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Learn how to make your own Arduino Wireless long distance Controller via DTMF Decoding without the Internet, WiFi or Bluetooth
Learn about DTMF Decoder and how they are useful to your electronic Projects
Learn how to give Arduino Super-Powers without extra modules
Learn How to program Arduino using Arduino IDE
Learn How to make your own DTMF Decoder
Learn How to use interface DTMF Decoder with Arduino.
Learn How to make your own DTMF Decoder PCB Board using Eagle Free Circuit Design Software
Learn How to Simulate Your Circuit using Proteus Professional Software
Learn How to Make a 3D Case for your Project Board to Protect them from Environmental Conditions using Fusion 360

Learn how to make your own Arduino Wireless long distance Controller via DTMF Decoding without the Internet, WiFi or Bluetooth!!

Have you ever needed to Control a device, sensor, or a project from a long-distance location that doesn’t have Internet? Are you tired of using Radio, WiFi, or Bluetooth modules that cost a lot and have a limited range + the programming pain that comes with them!! Yes? Well, You have come to the right place.

In this course, we’ll introduce DTMF Technique that will give Your Simple Arduino board super-powers, with DTMF you can control anything, anywhere with a simple, cost-effective solution.

In this course, you will learn how to write a very simple code to control multiple devices in an easy way.

     Why you should learn how to Control Anything Anywhere via DTMF:

  • It’s easier to program

  • Save time in the development phase of your project

  • Less effort when you want to change or update something in your Arduino based device/project.

  • No need for extra Bluetooth, WiFi, RF, or any other module.

    What you will learn in this course:

  • How to program Arduino using Arduino IDE

  • How to make your own DTMF Decoder

  • How to use interface DTMF Decoder with Arduino.

  • How to make your own DTMF Decoder PCB Board using Eagle Free Circuit Design Software

  • How to Simulate Your Circuit using TinkerCad Free Web Simulator

  • How to Make a 3D Case for your Project Board to Protect them from Environmental Conditions using Fusion 360

Goal From This Course:   

– Learn how to make your own Arduino Wireless long distance Controller via DTMF Decoding without the Internet, WiFi or Bluetooth

Required Materials   

  • Arduino.

  • Arduino IDE

  • DTMF Decoder

  • Mobile/Smartphone

  • Fusion 360

  • Eagle Free Circuit Design Software

  • Proteus Professional Software

Introduction & Getting Started

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Introduction
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Who We Are?

Educational Engineering Team

Team of skilled Engineers Sharing Knowledge with the World


Educational Engineering Team is a Leading Team in Microcontroller Industry, with over 13 Years of Experience in Teaching and Doing Practical Projects.


We strive to put all our hands-on experience in these courses. Instead of superficial knowledge - we go into the depth of the topic and give you the exact - step by step blueprint on how to tame simple as well as complex topics in easy and digestible bite-sized videos.


This real-world knowledge enables you to grasp knowledge easily, and you can apply this learning immediately to your life and projects.


Educational Engineering Team has been in the Programming and Microcontroller business since 2007. We have been part of many projects. Over the course of these years - we have gained a good insight into students’ and educators’ needs. We are passionate about sharing all our collective knowledge with you. As of 2018, we have already taught over 250k-THOUSAND students and counting.

Currently, we have more than 100+ Courses on Udemy


Educator and Author of "Educational Engineering".


Ashraf is an educator, Mechatronics engineer, electronics and programming hobbyist, and Maker. He creates online video courses on the EduEng YouTube Channel (More Than 4 Million View, 20k + Subscriber) and author of four Microcontroller books.


As a Chief Educational Engineer since 2007 at Educational Engineering Team, the company he founded, Ashraf’s mission is to explore new trends and technology and help educate the world and make it a better place.


Educational Engineering offers educational courses and Bootcamps, articles, lessons, and online support for electronics hobbyists, Programming hobbyists, Microcontroller hobbyists, STEM students, and STEM teachers.


That team also work as freelancer engineers, helping many students in their graduation projects, and provide guidance and consulting for many students over the years to help them kick-start their career.


Ashraf’s core skill is explaining difficult concepts through in a step by step easy to understand matter using video and text. With over 11 years of tertiary teaching experience, Ashraf has developed a simple yet comprehensive and informative style in teaching that students from all around the world appreciate.


His passion for Microcontrollers and Programming and in particular for the world of Arduino, PIC Microcontroller, Rasberry Pi has guided his personal development and his work through Educational Engineering.


Ashraf’s online courses have helped over 250,000 people from around the world to be better and to make a great career in the industry.


Educational Engineering Team offer Course on

Circuit Design, Simulation, and PCB Fabrication

Arduino, PIC Microcontroller, and Raspberry Pi

Programming in C, Python, and other programming languages

PLC Industrial Programming and Automation

3D Design and Simulation

ESP and IoT World


For more information use the links in the profile page to follow Educational Engineering Team and Ashraf’s latest innovations.


Hardware and Software Requirements

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Hardware and Software Requirements
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Hardware and Software Requirements

Note

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A Note to Our Students

Concept Behind This Project

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Concept Behind This Project

DTMF

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What is DTMF
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Basic Layout and Function Explained
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DTMF Decoder
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DTMF Decoder Circuit Explained

Headphone Jack

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Headphone Jack Explained in Details
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3.5 MM Pin Description

Project Creation

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DTMF Circuit Schematic
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DTMF Decoder Circuit
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Arduino DTMF Circuit Simulation
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Circuit Design
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Coding Arduino DTMF
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The Code

Make DTMF Decoder Module PCB

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Make DTMF Decoder Module PCB

Practical

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DTMF Decoder Practical Example

Fusion 360 Designing a 3D Printed Enclosure for Arduino Uno

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Design the outer frame in 2d
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Extrude and Split the body in half
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Create standing points for the case
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Using Time Machine to Fix errors and add fillet
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Upper body holes and Chamfering process
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Importing Arduino UNO 3D Model
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Creating Joints and fixing issues
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Surface Cut out
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Adding Pins cut out and some art work
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3D Animation
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Create a sketch for Arduino Mega
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Creating the 3D Body for Arduino Mega
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Add Arduino Mega 3D Model
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Finishing the Board

Download and Install Software Section

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Download and Install Arduino Pro IDE
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Download and Install Eagle Software
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Download and Install Fusion 360 Software
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Run Fusion 360 for the First time
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