Search Engine

Serial Data Transmitter

Add Question

42 Threads found on Serial Data Transmitter
Hi, -I wrote some codes for these modules(serial receiver & transmitter). -Both were synthesized and implemented on Spartan-3 and they worked correctly. -I want to use them as components in another module so i need the codes to be more modular than now. This is the Receiver : entity Receiver is Port ( Clk :
Yeah you just use the micro and Manchester encoding code to send the data, RF is tricky at the best of times rf solutions do a 8pin pic that you send data through serial port then that sends all the data look on there for the Rf803e they do through hole and smt versions saves the headache
the simple and cheap RF 433mhz ASK module is serial or ttl/cmos compatible?
You need a Encoder IC like HT-12E to make it serial. and connect the transmitter circuit on the out pin of HT-12E. You can refer a lot of circuits available in internet using HT-12E & HT-12D(Decoder at receiver end)
I canīt see other way to perform this data concentration than using an intelligent control. Depending on the design complexity you are able to deal, and distance between Tr/Rx, the most common approach is by Ethernet or serial. In fact, there are other industrial target options such as Modbus, etc...but much more expensive. +++
LEDs are suitable primarily for local-area-network applications with bit rates of 10-100 Mbit/s and transmission distances of a few kilometers HFBR-1116T transmitter HFBR-2116T Receiver The HFBR-1116/-2116 series of data links are high-performance, cost-efficient, transmitter and receiver modules for serial optical (...)
I want to design a PSK (BPSK/DPSL/QPSK/OQPSK) modulated transmitter using FPGA based board. Output can be 70MHz IF or directly S-band modualted RF signal. Input will be 10Mbps NRZ-L serial data. I've heard about IQ modulator which takes baseband analog input & generates RF output. Does anyone has block diagram of IQ modualtor scheme ?
Friends, I tried to interface serial RS232 as a transmitter (PC) and mcs51 as a receiver (RX) with 433Mhz, 2400 Baud, MCS51 is receiving data I have sent, but the response is very slow, why is that ? Can I put antenna to extend the distance ? How can I put antenna ? and how can I make the response faster ? In the receiver : sw
Friends, I want to test my RF module like this one : 74963 With MCS 51 as a receiver and PC as transmitter (serial port) I connect TX pin from PC to data on transmiter module, is it possible ? I tranmit using PuTty and receive with MCS51(I connect data into RX or pin 10 on AT89S52), I haven't seen any responses, A
The baud rate is normally set by the requirements of the licensing aurthority as is the modulation - Am/ FM/QPSK/PM ? if you want a serial protocol, you have to specify it your self and then program a processor to generate it. the so called serial protocols have been standardised to allow interchange of data between different manufacturers (...)
hi I have a problem interfacing RF module(433Mhz ask) to 8051(atmel 89C51). I am using two micro controllers First: I have written a simple program to transmit 'A' serially if P1^0 is high in transmitter micro controller(uc1). and at receiver micro controller(uc2) to take serial data and put in on P1 of (uc2
HI, I have IR transmitter and Receiver on my Design Board. I have to send and receive the data through optical reader ( generally used to read Energy Meter data) which will interface to PC. Could anyone the suggest ready available product having IR transmitter and Receiver with serial or USB (...)
Dear all I am doing a project based on wireless communication. I am using Xbee transceivers as shown in the link ( ). I wanted to know if i need to program the transceivers one as transmitter and one as receiver prior to sending data or receiving data. If yes can you pleas
Hello. Anyone experienced with TOSHIBA TOSLink? I am trying to Send data from Microcontroller (AT91SAM7S64) to PC COM Port using TOSLink Optical Fiber. I am using TOTX147 transmitter and TORX147 Receiver Module. My Connection is like below: MCU TXD ----------> TOTX147 VIN TORX147 VOUT ----------> PC COM Port (through MAX232 circui
What serial protocol? Guessing that by 'serial' you mean RS232, then: 1. You are aware that the PIC16F877A has a built-in UART? This can provide RS232 signalling but only at logic levels, not true RS232 levels. That's fine if you are communicating with something else that uses logic levels. 2. If you want to talk with a real RS232 p
I want to transmit data from pc serial port to a pic wirelessly What kind of RF transmitter do you plan to use? You can attach RF tx to you PC port over a MAX232 cct as well. You can send commands to RF device from a PC terminal tool (like hyperterminal etc.)
i'v being trying to transmitted 4 i/p data at pins 2,3,4 & 5 of pic16f877a, by giving the PIC o/p to encoder HT640 whose serial o/p is given to transmitter TPL434A. please someone help me with this programme. Its very important please
your data should be in ascii format irrespective of number or alphabets... and in serial communication it is sent bit by bit, so there should be no problem in sending or receiving......
Use a serializer. You can use shift register or a Mux with a counter to steer the data bit by bit.
As dharanidhar said, some of the RF transmitter have UART interface. So, your controller will send the data to the RF transmitter through this serial interface and, in turns your RF transmitter will transmit the data. Check this RF transmitter, it may give you a clue. RF (...)