carrollwaddell at sc.rr.com
Mon May 22 19:06:15 CDT 2006
William Elkins wrote:
> This is a guess!
> On the H8-5 card the clock for the serial uart and the 4800hz clock
> for the modulator were from the same source. Sounds like the PC serial
> port is not in phase with your 4800hz clock. As a test, I think you
> can change the data rate to 300 baud on the H8-5 and you PC and it
> would be more likely to work.
> Bill Elkins
>> But what I want to do is to connect the serial port on my PC to an FSK
>> modulator to create the 1200 Hz and 2400 Hz audio tones that can be
>> fed into
>> the H8-5 tape input jack. The device should convert the serial data
>> to audio
>> tones for the H8-5 and they should be identical to the tones from an
>> I built up an FSK modulator that is just like the one on the H8-5
>> board. I
>> feed a 4800 Hz square wave to 2 J-K flip flops (74LS131 I think). At any
>> rate I am using the same circuit that Heath put on the H8-5 card. I am
>> watching the audio on my scope, and it looks identical to the wave
>> shown on
>> the Heath waveform drawings.
>> Only 1 time in my trials did it even start to load. The rest of the
>> time it
>> does nothing.
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At this point, all I'm trying to do is make the H8-5 think something
else is a cassette player.
I'm trying to feed the H8-5 AUDIO INPUT with tones just like the sound
coming from a cassette player.
The audio from an actual cassette is not sync'd to anything. The PLL on
the H8-5 creates the clock from the audio coming from the cassette player.
I haven't started to try to create the WRITE half of the project yet.
I'm still just trying to make the H8 think I have an actual cassette
player with a tape to load in it.
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