There's this project that ive never got around to finish of.
Its my "model plane remote control system".....
Basicly its just a set of human inputs devices going into the ADC of an suitable AVR, which then poops out a protocol modulated with some baseband like modulation then transmitted , and picked up again by an identical device but with outputs instead of adc inputs.
Yay simple.... maybe not.
Well I've got the most of the idea on paper, but what has been bothering me is the serial modulation scheme.
I know from experience, just using UART codes for pulse keying modulation transmission is asking for trouble, ive tried... certain uart combo's always flunk out with bad weather conditions. (due too long logical 1 or 0)
Today ive hit the subject 'manchester' encoding,, would the AVR be like doable with an avr already buzzy creating all sorts of time critical waveforms for servo's and logging other pwm modulated signals (gyro's and crud)
So, my question is, do I can get simple way of implementing manchester on the AVR without hogging time critical routines?