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Topic: 16 byte audio-based manchester biphase in VB? (Read 611 times) previous topic - next topic

pianocorder_man

Is it possible to produce a 16 byte manchester biphase signal in VB with control of individual bits?  The biphase would be audio-based, played out live through the sound card as a rounded square wave.  There is alot more to this project, but this is the foundation to the whole project.

Bainesbunch

I presume you mean 16 bits and why are you asking about VB Arduino does not have VB unless i have co completely lost what you are asking for .


Cheers Pete.
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pianocorder_man

I presume you mean 16 bits and why are you asking about VB Arduino does not have VB unless i have co completely lost what you are asking for .


Cheers Pete.
I thought this section could be used for things besides just specifically ardunio programming.  Actually its 128 bits total which makes 16 bytes.

Bainesbunch

Ohh OK no this is an arduino development forum.

You could ask the same question on the netduino forums they are ,NET micro framework based and they have both VB and C# programming sections.

Cheers Pete.
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