Micro:bits can communicate with each other using radio.
The challenge is to use one micro:bit to communicate with a second micro:bit by sending numbers which can be assigned depending on input.
- This challenge is just a taste of how the radio function can be used to communicate with the micro:bit. The additional challenge is to explore the radio function further.
- How to set radio group
- Learn how to send numbers between micro:bits
- Use inputs to communicate numbers between micro:bits
- Understand how to receive numbers from other micro:bits and transfer the numbers into strings.
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