Test transmitter using the POCSAG protocol

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Hello everybody,

I'm just trying to create a test transmitter software in C language on one
LCD display to implement. For this I have the following tool:
> AVR STK500; Atmega 16 (L) 8
> The editor is Atmel Studio 7
> 4x16 LCD-Disply

I implemented the BHC encoders via the POCSAG standards.

Now to my question: how will the data transfer be realized?
So how do I transfer the encoded data?

greeting
Etie

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I'm not sure of your question. Usually the pocsag encoder will output a bit stream that is used to modulate a transmitter. There's examples of how to interface a PC printer port to a transmitter on the interwebs, so get Googling.

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Thank you for spontaneously reacting.
In fact I find on the net only explanations concerning the POCSAG-standards.

Can you give me one of the links you are talking about.

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Kartman wrote:
I'm not sure of your question

Likewise!

 

Etie wrote:
how will the data transfer be realized? So how do I transfer the encoded data?

What "data transfer" ?

 

From where, and to where ?

 

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10 seconds of Googling:

http://www.qsl.net/kb9mwr/projec...

Just call me chlorine - I spontaneously react with just about everything.

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Florine.

 

 

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