NRF6909 nRFready R/C Racing 2.4GHz Reference Design

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The nRFready R/C racing is a complete reference design enabling innovative toy manufacturers to take mass-market remote controlled toys to the next level with advanced game play features that leverage Nordics low cost 2.4GHz wireless technology.
The cars are based on the Nordic nRF24LE1 System-on-Chip and feature built-in crash sensors, continuous steering/throttle, and headlights. The controllers are also based on the nRF24LE1 and feature rumblers to indicate car crashes, battery level indicators, and headlight controls.
The nRFready R/C Racing reference design includes a pair of cars and controllers, four waypoints, a USB dongle, the nRFready Racing Studio PC application, as well as all required source code and hardware design files. The cars, controllers and waypoints are all based on Nordic’s single chip nRF24LE1 2.4GHz RF System-on-Chip (SoC) solution (see "About the nRF24LE1" below). This provides both a flexible development platform with flash, and a smooth migration to Nordic's lower-cost OTP (one time programmable) variants for mass production (see


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Complete reference design including source code and hardware design files
Single chip implementations using nRF24LE1 2.4GHz RF System-on-Chip (SoC)
Kit includes 2 cars, 2 controllers, 4 waypoints, USB dongle, and nRFready Racing Studio PC application " Cars with built-in crash sensors, continuous steering and throttle, and headlights
Controllers with force-feedback (vibration) for car crashes, battery level indicators from car, and switches for activating/de-activating car headlights
Ability to set up a free-form racing track using waypoints (4 supplied)
Collect, visualize and share racing data transferred wirelessly in real-time to a PC running the nRFready Racing Studio PC application (supplied)
ace against more than one friend without the hassle of changing physical crystals in cars and controllers (as is the case when using 27/49MHz wireless frequencies)


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Nordic Semiconductor Application Note

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