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iKross In-Ear 3.5mm Noise-Isolation Stereo Earbuds with Microphone For Samsung Galaxy Note 3 / Galaxy Mega 6.3 / Galaxy S4 S IV / Galaxy Note 2 N7100 Android Smartphone Tablet - Blue / Black
iKROSS STEREO SOFT GEL EARBUDS with MICROPHONE
Enjoy your music with superb stereo sound quality and seamless transition to handfree conversations.
~Easily switch from your music to take and end calls
~Cord mounted microphone with single multifunction button
~Noise reduction microphone and earbuds
~Premium flat cable design prevents tangles
~Includes three pairs of soft gel earpieces in various sizes for custom fit
~Compatible to devices with 3.5mm auxiliary jack
-Driver Unit: 8mm
-Sensitivity: 98dB ± 3dB
-Impedance: 16 ohms
-Frequency Range: 20Hz - 20kHz
-Rated Power: 3mW
-Max Power: 10mW
-Length: 4 feet
-Connector Plug: 3.5mm
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iPhone, iPod, iPad, Cellphone, MP3 Players, Tablets and other devices with 3.5mm audio jack
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Hey Guys. i want to make a remote control circuit, that should allow to press the nozzle of any deodorant or any cylinder which filled with liquid gaseous material. In order to create pressure inside when ever required. i wan to use this concept or idea in making of Submarine Model. will it possible.. ? which part will require for making such Circuit... ? pls Help 🙂
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It is difficult to communicate under water. Radio doesn't work basically, except with something impractical for your purpose, very large antenna, very low frequency and very high power. Light beams work in a very limited fashion, a few meters and depending on water quality, and infra red even less. Sound is possible, (acoustic modems) but in situations like a swimming pool or bay or reef there are serious reflections (echos) to contend with. This causes multi-path reflections that interfere with information being transmitted. There are commercially available acoustic modems for underwater use though. Most use some sort of spread spectrum technology to help with multi-path echoes, but these are not cheap. These work at about 4800 baud data rate and cost about $1000 last I looked. They can have kilometer range. They are better than any other method, but still not fool-proof in a bad echo environment. The simplest method is underwater cable, but even so this needs to be a waterproof type, and trailed behind the vehicle. The length is limited because the vehicle needs to tow it. It could be towing a surface buoy with radio communications for example. A simple way to use radio for remote control is to use the RC equipment intended for model cars, boats and airplanes. This would be on the surface buoy though and the range is quite short so close to the surface (think waves). For this reason there is a tendency for people to make autonomous units, ones that operate by themselves, or at least semi-autonomous units, ones that come to the surface for a position fix or to report and get the next instructions. My advice is to try a land based model for a start, one with wheels or tracks. That is a significant achievement anyway. The paper below shows a relatively simple method, still not all that easy though, that uses frequency shift keyed (FSK) data transmission at a low speed (maybe 80 symbols a second, with around 1kHz shift at about 40kHz carrier. This paper also shows how to make the acoustic transducers. While there seems to be some success, (I have read of others having limited success in other papers) I found the echoes in such a system were problematic when I made a similar system long ago using 16kHz transducers. In the open ocean, straight up and down, the problems are less severe, and the low information rate helps. Even in a small bay I found the echoes were extreme. I suspect they were suffering from wishful thinking in their paper. Also the mixed digital/analogue system seems excessively complex to me for simple coherent FSK. Maybe it was more of a student exercise, something to show they understood their course work. This is something that quite simple analogue designs can do well enough. The second link shows commercial acoustic modems for ocean use, though these are for significant depth so heavy. They have a serial port interface so easily connect to any microprocessor or computer. There are also commercial acoustic release controls (for releasing packages from underwater anchorages) that rely on ultra slow data, but are simple enough. A single tone at maybe 16-40kHz is transmitted for up to a minute. This can be received even in the presence of echoes, because thety are changing rapidly all the time due to movements in the water. Eventually the average of the signal received builds up enough to operate a relay, which could well suit your needs. A separate carefully chosen tone is used for each control. These can have km range too in the right conditions.
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