2019-07-13 (Sa) PillarGame

Instructions on how to establish 2-way communication with the LR24L01 modules were helpful but still resulted in unreliable data transfers. One side would only receive data and could not transmit, but this was acceptable since the receiving end was the controller intended to go inside the cylinder where it would only relay data to the LEDs. This could have been a problem with the other Arduino, a Mega, which expected a 5V level but got a 3.3V signal from the radio module.

Sending dynamic data from the Mega was troublesome as well. It would come across garbled when a long number was delivered. Before, the transmitting data was an array of chars. More research on SPI communication may help.
Receiving a signal wirelessly

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