433MHz data link protocol

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Ezy-station
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433MHz data link protocol

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Hello,
I have purchased 22 years ago a full set of many piece by Conrad WS2000 comprising 6 temperature/humidity remote data link , a wind sensor and strength, a regenmesser a display and an "funk empfanger" to get all data on my PC. This works fine since 2001 and now the "funk 433MHz empfanger" is often unable to be read by the PC.
I am ready to purchase and settled a 433MHz receiver driven by an arduino to catch all the data send by all my sensors. This in order not to throw away the complete wetterstation.
Is there a description somewhere of the protocol used between the sensors and the "funkempfanger" ?

Many thanks for any advice able to progress in my whish to replace the "funk 433MHz empfanger" !

best regards
JeF
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Re: 433MHz data link protocol

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Try to get a radio receiver "WS2000" on "Ebay" or research the radio protocol on the Internet/google
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Ezy-station
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Re: 433MHz data link protocol

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Many thanks for the hint. Unfortunately this gave nothing, and particularly because another device has the same name:
Motorola WS2000 - Wireless Switch -
nothing available on Ebay neither....
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Re: 433MHz data link protocol

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Hello,

please check this site
https://dc3yc.hier-im-netz.de/sensor.htm
Beste Gruesse
Edgar
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