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Thread: how to filter surounding light
face BY : tjaart@spam_OUTwasp.co.za

M van der Bilt wrote:

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A very effective way around this is to pulse your TX with a say, 25% duty
cycle, and to average the RX side. Use this averaged version to set the
gain and/or the threshold for the RX detect. This method is used in spread
spectrum receivers.

Friendly Regards

Tjaart van der Walt

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