RJ45 Network Card to IR Communication

This system, composed of
two opto-insulated circuits, allows the data transmission per infra-red
network device between two computers. For example, someone can transfer
his files starting from his desktop computer to his laptop computer
without using any cable. How?

By using infra-red diodes. We have to connect a circuit to the
10/100 Mbps network card of both computers by using a very small network
cable (can be smaller than 10 cm). One of the two extremities of the
cable must be removed to allow the wire connections. We must pay
attention when we do the connections.

The Tx+ output of any network card is connected to the input of the
Rx+ of the other with the cable. It’s the same way for the Tx- and the
Rx-. We have to supply the circuits with two sources of voltage. I
recommend to use a 9V battery and the +5V output of the power supply for
the desktop computer. The ground of the power supply must be connected
to the ground of the circuit.

For the laptop computer, I recommend to use a 9V battery and the
4.5V battery. All digital components must be of the 74H series because
these have short response times (less than 2.5 ns). All the GND
pins of the logic integrated circuits must be connected to the ground
of their circuit and their Vcc pin must be connected to the +Vcc of
their circuit.

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