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1997\12\14@122920 by John Mullan

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Can anyone point me to some schematics and code for using PIC16C84s for X-10 communications.

I would like to build my own modules but don't quite know where to begin.  Especially when it comes to pulling the required signal frequencies off of the 110V line.

Much appreciated....

John Mullan

1997\12\14@164351 by Andrew Mayo

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Last two months issues of Electronics Australia have a line carrier
transmitter/receiver with all the details you'll need.

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> From:         John Mullan[SMTP:spam_OUTjmullanTakeThisOuTspamVAXXINE.COM]
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> Subject:      X10 devices via PIC16C84
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> Can anyone point me to some schematics and code for using PIC16C84s
> for X-10 communications.
>
> I would like to build my own modules but don't quite know where to
> begin.  Especially when it comes to pulling the required signal
> frequencies off of the 110V line.
>
> Much appreciated....
>
> John Mullan
>

1997\12\15@124906 by John Mullan

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-----Original Message-----
From:   Andrew Mayo [SMTP:andrewspamKILLspamGEAC.CO.NZ]
Sent:   Sunday, December 14, 1997 4:41 PM
To:     .....PICLISTKILLspamspam.....MITVMA.MIT.EDU
Subject:        Re: X10 devices via PIC16C84

Last two months issues of Electronics Australia have a line carrier
transmitter/receiver with all the details you'll need.

1997\12\15@192305 by Andrew Mayo

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Unfortunately they don't (yet). It is an excellent magazine which has,
believe it or not, been in continuous publication for 75 years(!). They
do have an email address - I'll dig it up for you.

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1997\12\16@112648 by John Mullan

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-----Original Message-----
From:   Andrew Mayo [SMTP:spamBeGoneandrewspamBeGonespamGEAC.CO.NZ]
Sent:   Monday, December 15, 1997 6:55 PM
To:     TakeThisOuTPICLISTEraseMEspamspam_OUTMITVMA.MIT.EDU
Subject:        Re: X10 devices via PIC16C84

Unfortunately they don't (yet). It is an excellent magazine which has,
believe it or not, been in continuous publication for 75 years(!). They
do have an email address - I'll dig it up for you.

> That sounds good.  Don't know if I can find any issues here in Canada,
> or if I can order re-prints.  Do they have a web site?
>
> John Mullan

1997\12\17@064310 by Paul Drummond

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do you still need these circuits etc...l can get them...not the code...you
will have to figure that out yourself...it is quite easy so it sould not be
hard

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From: John Mullan <RemoveMEjmullanspamTakeThisOuTVAXXINE.COM>
To: PICLISTEraseMEspam.....MITVMA.MIT.EDU
Subject: X10 devices via PIC16C84
Date: Monday, December 15, 1997 4:20 AM

Can anyone point me to some schematics and code for using PIC16C84s for
X-10 communications.

I would like to build my own modules but don't quite know where to begin.
Especially when it comes to pulling the required signal frequencies off of
the 110V line.

Much appreciated....

John Mullan
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1997\12\17@072912 by Christopher E. Brown

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On Wed, 17 Dec 1997, Paul Drummond wrote:

> do you still need these circuits etc...l can get them...not the code...you
> will have to figure that out yourself...it is quite easy so it sould not be
> hard

       I don't know about anyone else, but I would like those circuits.
I am looking into pics for various automation projects, and for many extra
cabling would be a hassle.

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1997\12\17@122020 by John Mullan

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-----Original Message-----
From:   Paul Drummond [SMTP:RemoveMEgenieEraseMEspamEraseMEERGO.COM.AU]
Sent:   Wednesday, December 17, 1997 6:33 AM
To:     RemoveMEPICLISTspam_OUTspamKILLspamMITVMA.MIT.EDU
Subject:        Re: X10 devices via PIC16C84

do you still need these circuits etc...l can get them...not the code...you
will have to figure that out yourself...it is quite easy so it sould not be
hard


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