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The encoder is straight forward. You just xor the data with the baud clock. The output of the xor gate is the encoded data. Here is an article on a manchester decoder...
U can search on Xilinx site for manchester encoder and decoder implemented in VHDL. Search on the site for their application with included source code also. Regards, Sachin
Guys, I am trying to do manchester encoder and decoder by using AT89c2051 microcontroller in Keil C.... Can any one help me out.... How to Encode and decode? I want to implement the logic 0---->01 and 1------>10... Please guys.... Its very important to do in Embedded C only.... (...)
HI, I need to code manchester encoder - decoder . I am very new to this . Can any one provide the manchester encoder and decoder code in VHDL please . Thanks in advance ! Niraj
if you need to do please understand manchester encodeing and decoding. Then you can directly attach to the controller, without the decoder/encoder. Sometimes the teachers may be false. "If you decided to run even you cannot stop."
I want the part number of ICs for HDLC controller(single channel for 100kbps speed) and manchester encoder/decoder IC,does anyone have it? ---
i have installed MikroC and they say that there is an integrated manchester code in the libraries (or in the help) but it's not that fast. does anybody have an optimised code example for a rf receiver (for tx it's more simple, right?) paired with a PIC 16F877? it would be greatly apreciated, especialy by a beginner like me, who can't write his ow
The WZ-X01 and WZ-R01 are the transmitter and receiver respectfully. The HT-12E and HT12D are the encoder and decoder respectfully. The encoder and decoder take the raw data and encode/decode the data to ensure error free (...)
I am not have the source code, but i have the single solution for Your case: * For transmitter, do You need: - manchester encoder (The most simple!!!) - The code for crypt the data with will send * For receiver: - manchester decoder - The code for Decrypt the data received Search in internet, some app notes (...)
i think you better use the manchester encoding and decoding. Through ht12E and 12D can only send and receive 4 bit data only. The a1 - a7 is the address lines. If the address matches the "vt" line comes high.
hi hi hi !!!! I want to control the direction of my robot with RF remote control using 6 channels for the direction ( left, forword, ....) I'm going to use sample signal like system binary EX: for forword = 100101, backword = 101011, .... if I want to send the signals ; do i need use one of digital coding types like manches
Hi, Do you mean MIL-STD-1553B bus? because ARINC busses are different they go like 429, 649 etc. Xilinx had a design competiton in which a 1553 bus analyzer was designed. Check out: XAPP369: Handheld 1553 Bus Data Analyzer Application Note v1.0 (12/01) I doubt that you would find a core for 1553. You might be lucky to just find the
Xilinx app note 339: "This application note provides a functional description of VHDL and Verilog source code for a manchester encoder decoder." By the way, that was the very first hit when I searched Google for this: nrz manchester vhdl
Hi all, there're a lot of code ( such as manchester, NRZ, ... and RC5). please help me about tutorial of those code
Hi all, I need an NRZI and Mancester encoder decoder documentation. Please if anybody have docs on implementation of these module share it. I'll be very thanks full. Regards, Master_PicEngineer
As far as I understand, the modules are not indended to transmit an UART protocol, rather than Holtek encoder/decoder data. It should be possible to use a similar protocol through an uP, but I don't see a clear specification. A modulation scheme as manchester encoding is mostly used for wireless UART transmission.
you need manchester encoding to make it reliable. OR You can use a hardware encoder/decoder pair (look at holtek 12e & holtek 12d). Without some kind of encoding, it may work, but it will not be reliable. (sometimes it works, other times it does not) have a look at my post here:
Hi, The modules accepts "Serial" Data, that does not necessarily mean you use the Usart pins on the micro. To use those RF modules properly you need to use manchester Encoding otherwise you will never find your transmission among all the other 433mhz signals. Have a look at this tutorial for guidance
i m workin on my final term project ,i need to implement 1553 bus interface card on fpga , i have done with the encoder part of it and now workin on decoder , can sm1 help me for the logic , or even the verilog code for the decoder .
Practically using rf modules through serial port is not reliable. ht12 series uses manchester encoding technique. It can be implemented in 8051 controller. Here is a tutorial Data Encoding Techniques, manchester encoding, 8b/10b
Always use these type of modems with HT12E(encoder) and HT12D(decoder). These chips will look after (manchester)encoding and decoding. For more details and circuit look at the datasheet of those ic.
You can have a reference to some sample code about 8b/10b and manchester endec from xilinx.com. you can also try some ampp core from if you are altera user.
you can use RX706 without encoder/decoder. try with manchester encoding/decoding. HT12D and HT12E