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Hi all!
I want to decode the aiken biphase signal  that comes from a magnetic head into raw binary data.
If that is possible i prefer the attiny85.
I do not have any idea about how can i make that, so first of all please let me know if that is possible or not, and in case that is possible, please give me a simple example.
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Not sure of exactly what you are working with (data speeds, etc), but here is a good write up from Atmel that includes examples for decoding Manchester and Biphase signals:

http://www.atmel.com/images/doc9164.pdf

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Thank you very much!

Hope that will help me.

Thanks again.
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Link to what that signal is?

Link to "a magnetic head" you are planning to use?
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Didn't you ask this same question in the programming section?
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Yes he did.

@saprodx : Please don't cross post!

You get some people answering in one thread, and some in another. It wastes time.

Threads merged.
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I am sorry for posting the same thing in another section, but i am new to this forum, and i didn't know where to post this so i get get help.
Yes, the signal comes from a magnetic head.
Thank's all.
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What magnetic head? How many times?
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The magnetic head is an ordinary one, it can be also a magnetic head from a tape audio player.
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