Freetronics 433MHz Receiver Shield
Photo: Jonathan Oxer
Shield URL: 433MHz Receiver Shield
Tags: prototyping, receiver
This shield contains a wireless receiver module that operates at 433MHz, a frequency commonly used by consumer electronics including weather stations, home automation remote controls, power consumption meters, car alarms, and also many DIY projects.
The design is based on the "Weather Station Receiver" project in the book "Practical Arduino".
Open Source: Yes, OSHW-compliant
License: TAPR Open Hardware License
Only D8 is actually required for the radio receiver. D6 and D7 are connected to active-low status LEDs and could be used for other purposes if required.