Yes, I pretty much a noob, but I was wondering if there is a way to program the Raspberry Pi in Assembly Code to transmit data via radio frequencies (like remote control) between itself and another Raspberry Pi. Specifically the Raspberry Pi 3 B v1.2.
You need to check your country's laws regarding wireless transmission systems. You need to make sure that you're not exceeding any limits in terms of, for example, power transmission, and that you are not operating in a band for which you have not been granted permission. The bottom line is: before you start building anything, research and make sure that your design does not break any laws. The examples I just mention do not cover all the aspects you need to consider before building a radio system. This website is not meant to provide legal advice, it is meant to offer technical support. With that said, I cannot take any responsibility for what you build.
Now, on to the technical issues in hand. Programming the RPi in Assembly language is a big challenge. There are a couple of online resources that I will suggest: Introduction to Computer Organization: ARM Assembly Language Using the Raspberry Pi and ARM Assembler in Raspberry Pi.
If you look specifically at this example code to blink an LED using Assembly language you'll see the challenges that it entails. Once you understand how to do this you can move on to sending out radio messages. The next challenge is building a receptor and being able to decode them.