This tutorial will show how to make one micro:bit talk to the other using the built in radio. It allows one micro:bit to control a Kitronik buggy wirelessly
Created by David Franks
last edited Jun 21 2016 by David Franks
There seem to be multiple ways of making one micro:bit talk to another, but none of the help available seems to talk about wireless communication, at least not at a level or using a programming language accessible by all year 7s.
This tutorial will show a simple way of making one micro:bit control another in a Kitronik buggy.
The buggy itself has been built without the included line sensor, so is driven by manually turning the pins on within the program itself.
The controller makes the buggy drive:
The .hex files for both the sender and receiver are attached.
Level: Beginner / Intermediate