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69532Re: [softrock40] peaberry theory of operation?

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  • David Turnbull
    Oct 24, 2012
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    Rick,

    PSoC Creator is very visual with all the top level design done in schematic capture. What you're looking for is in the source code. Maybe you're not a Windows user so I've attached a picture of the top design.

    73 David AE9RB

    On Wed, Oct 24, 2012 at 8:21 PM, Rick Simpson <goatguy101@...> wrote:


    David,
     
    I had seen the posts here on the Peaberry but did not realize it used a PSoC. I examined the Peaberry website and wonder if anyone has generated a description of how the transciever works -- an overall flow diagram and description of what parts of the PSoC are used in what way to implement the necessary SDR functions.
     
    Rick
     
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    Rick and Sid,


    My Peaberry SDR transceiver kit uses the Cypress PSoC chip you are talking about. There are lots of models, including some with a Cortex M3, but I'm using the smallest 8051 version that supports USB.

    Source code and schematic here:

    73 David AE9RB
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