The Wireless Transmitter can be linked to a wireless receiver to send a redstone signal. Hold Shift and right-click with the Wireless Transmitter placed in the world to open a GUI for changing frequency. While in the GUI, you can also hit the button saying "Advanced", opening up a new GUI. Hitting the newly shown "Simple" button reverts this change in GUI. 

Wireless Transmitter
Name Wireless Transmitter
Tool Grid Wooden Pickaxe
Stackable Yes
Data Value 1252
Source Mod Wireless Redstone Chicken Bones Edition

The "Advanced" GUI has more features then the "Simple" GUI. First, it has the ability to set frequencies- the player can do this in two ways.

  1. Using the buttons in the "Advanced" GUI, raise and lower the frequency in denominations of 1, 10, 100, and 1,000
  2. Using the black "Value" box, type in a number from 0-5,000 and click "set"

Then, it has the ability to name frequencies, and then select them from a list of named frequencies. Clicking on a name in the list once will make it turn white from grey, and then clicking on a white name will toggle to the frequency clicked on, switching the two names places.

By setting the Wireless Transmitter to a frequency (Example: 500) the player can input redstone into one of any Wireless Transmitter. Then, every connected (Example: Frequency 500) Wireless Receiver will output a redstone signal. 

Warning: When using this in Creative, DO NOT middle click on it. This will result in a client crash, and will continue to crash every time the affected client opens the world. It can be fixed by clearing the client's inventory.



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