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'[EE]: Infrared detector'
2002\09\14@231947 by Clayton Mellina

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       I am trying to get a simple IR sensor to work properly, but am having
trouble eliminating noise.  It uses a discrete oscillator circuit to send a
modulated IR signal that will be received by a detector.  It seems that the
oscillator is causing too much noise and messing up the detector.  I've
sprinkled a few caps around with no success.  Any ideas?
Thanks

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2002\09\15@012722 by Jinx

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Gotta circuit ?

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2002\09\15@170859 by Clayton Mellina

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       Thanks.  It looks better just with the resistor.  Unfortunately I can't
find a 10uF cap lying around here so I'll have to run by Radio Shack :(
Thanks again!

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