[MLB-WIRELESS] Melbwireless Digest, Vol 54, Issue 18
Michael Van Den Acker
mike.vda at rmit.edu.au
Mon Mar 22 09:18:06 EST 2010
I hope you have the instructions or downloaded them.
These transmitters usually only transmit once per minute or so. If it has a LED on it this will flash too.
They usually have a reset button on the back (maybe under the battery cover) which you can press to see if it is physically working but as mentioned you would need a spectrum analyser or similar to test it properly.
Date: Sun, 21 Mar 2010 09:48:21 +1100
From: emdeex <emdeex at gmail.com>
Subject: [MLB-WIRELESS] Debugging 915mhz weather station?
To: Melbwireless at v2.wireless.org.au
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I just bought a wireless weather station at the sunday market, its a La
Crosse WS1600IT. But of course, I can't get it to connect (probably why he
was selling it cheap!) But where there is a will, there is a way I always
Its uses a 915Mhz transmitter/receiver. Following the correct startup
procedure, the receiver unit just flashes the "connecting" icon and does not
There are no lights, indicators on the transmitter, so my first guess would
be the transmitter is not working. Is there a way I can detect if the
transmitter is transmitting?
Any other ideas about how to debug it?
I'll call the distributor on Monday and see if I can get a new/spare
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