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1998\02\03@034138 by Mik Juneau Kim

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Hello again,

Is there an easy way to manchester encode/decode on 8 pin PIC? I'm thinking
bit banging (sucks power), but any better ideas is greatly appreciated.
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1998\02\03@101455 by Martin Darwin

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At 12:32 AM 2/3/98 -0800, you wrote:
>Hello again,
>
>Is there an easy way to manchester encode/decode on 8 pin PIC? I'm thinking
>bit banging (sucks power), but any better ideas is greatly appreciated.

Here is a partial solution :)

If you can recover the clock from the manchester signal (which is possible
with some hardware) you can feed the clock and the signal through an XOR
gate. The output of the gate will be the decoded signal. Encoding is not as
difficult so bit banging is probably ok.

MD
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