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Subject: R: Wireless 12 bit sensor link
From: "Mauro Mariotti" mariotti@.........
Date: Fri, 13 Dec 2002 05:01:04 +0100


Jonathan,

A simple protocol is used for Infiltec board and lx1500 board
i applied to my Seismowin datalogging software.
www.infoeq.it
Considering the target of users of a 12 bit sensor I suggest you to
download seismowin and see if it could be usefulf for you.
I can eventually provides assistance to implement your board for it
but if you give out an exact number of SPS and provide ASCII
data output format with CR at the end of each sample, probably no
code is needed to add up.
Amaseis could also be a good solution.


Regards
Mauro


----- Original Message -----
From: Jonathan Peakall 
To: 
Sent: Friday, December 13, 2002 2:03 AM
Subject: Wireless 12 bit sensor link


> Hi All,
>
> I have been working on a 12 bit wireless sensor link. The transmit side is
> built around a LTC1298 ADC and a PIC12F675 microprocessor feeding a
TWS-434
> transmitter. The reciever is based around a Basic Stamp B2sx
microprocessor,
> with of course a RWS-434 receiver. I plan to use a PIC for the final
> version, so total for the entire TX/RX system will be around $50. I've got
> it working pretty well, and am just about to hook it up to my earthquake
> sensor. Pity the sensor isn't working right, but that's another project!
> Anyway, I need some data logging software to feed it all into, something
> that uses the com port on a PC. WinSDR won't work, as it has to use
Larry's
> A/D board. What other options are there, and any help on how to get it all
> to communicate would be great. If anyone wants details of the project, let
> me know. It's looking good, as long as I can get it talking to some good
> data logging software!
>
> Regards,
>
> Jonathan Peakall
>
>
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