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DIY wireless Keyboard (fun in making things yourself)

I have a TVS eGold mechanical Keyboard. I was looking at some websites that sold wireless keyboard and soon found out that they were all membrane type. I have been using the mechanical one for quiet some time now and love it so much that I can’t possibly revert back to the membrane even if were wireless. Thats when I got the Idea to convert my mechanical wired-keyboard into a wireless one a ‘DIY wireless keyboard’.

TVS-gold-keyboardI was reading about the PS2 interface and found that It should not be much of a problem. So the next assignment will be to make my own wireless keyboard. Hopefully I will be able to do it once these exams got over 🙁 (yes I am having exams in another 2 days). I will make some kind of a tutorial once I make it on how to make one.. there aren’t much tutorials on the Internet about this topic.

About Siddharth

Siddharth is a Firmware Engineer, techie, and a movie-buff. His interests include, Programming, Embedded Systems, Linux, Robotics, CV, Carpentry and a lot more. At times, you could see some of his sunday projects converge on release quality. You get to know him on the following social channels.

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  • http://vidnis.blogspot.in/2013/04/ps2-keyboard-interfaced-pic-alarm-clock.html

    Visit this page buddy… You might get what you wanted, Yep the PS2 Keyboard Code 🙂

    • Thanks Ash, I already saw that post. Nice work! it would be better if you start displaying your code in the website instead of having to download it to view it. (Readers No Offence) Most people don’t read what I write, guess they are busy. They look for the code and images not many people will take the trouble to download it. Consider it an SEO tip 🙂

  • what is the name of trnsmitter and recevier for ex (434 or other )pls send repaly

    • I use a ASK type, 433Mhz Transmitter and Receiver pair.

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