IrDA transceiver

Started by linktek January 22, 2003
Hi All,
Does anyone know if the HCS12 has IrDA capabillities in the works??. I am looking for a all inclusive solution for my IrDA interface with my HC12. I dont seem to find a device that integrate at least the frontend(wave form shaper) with the pin diodes. Ideally I would have liked a blob with the IrDA stack, wave form shaper and the pin diodes all integrated in a nice small package.....8<))

I was looking at MircoChip IrDA stuff but have not made up my mind yet.

The thing is that I would like to interface my Palm Zire21 (no serial ports) with only IrDA with my industrial equipment. I chose this device because it will be cheap for my customers to buy.

Any suggestions from our experts

Thanks

Frank



Frank,

Your clock is off by a year.

Andrei


Hi,

Yes I noticed, this is a trick to get pass a demo program that
expired.................... changing back and forth - I sometimes forget
8<))

Thanks

Frank
----- Original Message -----
From: "Andrei Chichak" <>
To: <>
Sent: Thursday, January 22, 2004 11:55 AM
Subject: Re: [68HC12] IrDA transceiver > Frank,
>
> Your clock is off by a year.
>
> Andrei > --------------------To learn more
about Motorola Microcontrollers, please visit
> http://www.motorola.com/mcu
> o learn more about Motorola Microcontrollers, please visit
> http://www.motorola.com/mcu >





--- In , linktek <linktek@s...> wrote: > Does anyone know if the HCS12 has IrDA capabillities in the works??. I am looking for a all inclusive solution for my IrDA interface with my HC12. I dont seem to find a device that integrate at least the frontend(wave form shaper) with the pin diodes. Ideally I would have liked a blob with the IrDA stack, wave form shaper and the pin diodes all integrated in a nice small package.....8<))

Since I have no experience in that field I had a quick look around to get some idea what you are designing, learn a bit:-)

It seems you need something like the HSDL-1000 to perform the hardware functions you want, correct?

Farnell;
http://international3.farnell.com/FR/Publications/apps4pt2.pdf

Don't know if you are stuck with a bit bunger or can use the serial functions from there.

Keep us posted.

Regards,

Theo


In a message dated 1/22/2003 2:48:12 PM Eastern Standard Time, writes:

> Any suggestions from our experts

microchip 2150 hooked to the serial port seems easy, right?




>Yes I noticed, this is a trick to get pass a demo program that
>expired.................... changing back and forth - I sometimes forget
>8<))

Some of us who make a living by selling programs might use a different word
than "trick".

If you use the program, please pay for it. It will encourage the author to
continue supporting and enhancing it.

Best regards, John Hartman

NoICE Debugging Tools
http://www.noicedebugger.com


Hi,

I guess yer right - go ahead sue me. The reason for doing it was unfortunate
down loaded the demo.......installed it - got side tracked with something
else and when I finally got back to the demo - it was expired and a tease
popped up saying "TIME TO BUY!!!". Well, what was I supposed to do???

This is not exactly Kazaa paranoia - is it? I take it you were just teasing.

Any case back to the real topic, what can you tell me about IrDA solutions
for the HC12?

Frank ----- Original Message -----
From: "John Hartman (NoICE)" <>
To: <>
Sent: Thursday, January 22, 2004 6:47 PM
Subject: Re: [68HC12] IrDA transceiver >
> >Yes I noticed, this is a trick to get pass a demo program that
> >expired.................... changing back and forth - I sometimes forget
> >8<))
>
> Some of us who make a living by selling programs might use a different
word
> than "trick".
>
> If you use the program, please pay for it. It will encourage the author
to
> continue supporting and enhancing it.
>
> Best regards, John Hartman
>
> NoICE Debugging Tools
> http://www.noicedebugger.com > --------------------To learn more
about Motorola Microcontrollers, please visit
> http://www.motorola.com/mcu
> o learn more about Motorola Microcontrollers, please visit
> http://www.motorola.com/mcu >





Hi Frank,

> I guess yer right - go ahead sue me. The reason for doing it
> was unfortunate
> down loaded the demo.......installed it - got side tracked
> with something
> else and when I finally got back to the demo - it was expired
> and a tease
> popped up saying "TIME TO BUY!!!". Well, what was I supposed to do???

..call up or email the supplier, explain your situation and ask for an
extension.

Bfn,

Bob Furber

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more. Where is the moderator of this group? In theory, can Motorola be
potentially liable if crack codes and whatnots are passed around on this
mailing list?

At 09:06 AM 1/23/2004 -0800, you wrote:
>Hi Frank,
>
> > I guess yer right - go ahead sue me. The reason for doing it
> > was unfortunate
> > down loaded the demo.......installed it - got side tracked
> > with something
> > else and when I finally got back to the demo - it was expired
> > and a tease
> > popped up saying "TIME TO BUY!!!". Well, what was I supposed to do???
>
>..call up or email the supplier, explain your situation and ask for an
>extension.

// richard (This email is for mailing lists. To reach me directly, please
use )