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The problem about ASK Receiver Module

    reply this question Customer (2006/7/8)
    Question:

    In file “bad 1" there are four graphs:



    In graph # 1 : is in 5mSec and represent a GOOD receiver which its data output is clean and good.


    In graph # 2 : is also in 5mSec and represent a BAD receiver which some of the data output are missing in the meddle and it is marked with a red arrow.


    Graph # A : Represent the GOOD receiver but in 2mSec to show you the good output.


    Graph # B : Represent the BAD receiver but in 2mSec to show you the point by the red arrow where the data is missing.


    In file " bad2" there are four graphs:



    In graph # 1 : is in 5mSec and represent a GOOD receiver which its data output is OK.


    In graph # 2 : is also in 5mSec and represent a BAD receiver which many data output are messing and it is marked with a red "X".


    Graph # A : Represent the GOOD receiver but in 2mSec to show you better a better picture of the good output.


    Graph # B : Represent the BAD receiver but in 2mSec to show you one part of the output that the data is messing - marked with red "X".


    In file " GOOD RF " there are four graphs:



    In graph # 1 : is in 5mSec and represent one sample of a GOOD receiver with data output is OK, that you send us for evaluation before the shipment.


    In graph # 2 : is also in 5mSec and represent another good sample that you send us before the shipment was made.


    Graph # A : Represent the GOOD first sample receiver but in 2mSec.


    Graph # B : Represent the second GOOD sample receiver but in 2mSec.

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