Arduino DTMF Hacking/Decoding

UPDATE: http://www.vulcan.id.au/?p=27

Marvel at my incredibly bad wiring/breadboard skills and inability to hold a camera!

This example is kinda like the ultimate beige box. Sits on any outlet in the house and using the MT8870 chip, will show what buttons are being pressed, both while dialing and anything during the ‘conversation’ – IVR menu choices, pin inputs, etc.

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5 thoughts on “Arduino DTMF Hacking/Decoding

  1. @ChannelFluR0

    I …
    @ChannelFluR0

    I actually purchased the Duemilanove shown here from Littlebird too.

    It took a /long/ time to arrive, but to be fair, that was when they’d just started so I’m sure that doesn’t go on these days. I’d definitely buy from them again.

    You might also want to have a look at toysdownunder(.com) and ofcourse Sparkfun

  2. Where did you buy …
    Where did you buy your Arduino? I am thinking of buying from Little Bird Electronics

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