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Subject: Re: irig-b demodulator and decoder?

Date: 12/19/01 at 7:17 AM
Posted by: Gustavo Ditzel
E-mail: ggd@reivax.com.br
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In Reply to: Re: irig-b demodulator and decoder? posted by Daniel Mercader on 12/19/01 at 7:03 AM:


Well, I strongly recommend that you use IRIG-B DC Level Shift, that is a "digital" version of IRIG-B, with TTL levels. It's widely available in GPS receivers, and is more accurate (in fact, it is used to generate the modulated IRIG-B on-board, so this one is delayed).

So you don't have to demodulate the signal, all you need is to decode it.

I hope this helps.

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