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NEED INFORMATION ABOUT DECABIT RIPPLE CONTROL PROTOCOL

Discussion in 'Electronic Basics' started by Dean, Jul 31, 2004.

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  1. Dean

    Dean Guest

    Please help me if you can and send me documentation about
    DECABIT ripple control communication protocol

    used in some ripple control receivers.
     
  2. Melody

    Melody Guest

    Hello,
    The ripple control Protocol Decabit is a very old (40 years)and simple one
    protocol developped by Zellweger Switzerland : (today Enermet OY). This
    protocol concist of 2 main parameters : the 1st one is the carrier
    frequency which is usually use from 125 Hz to 3000 Hz depending of the
    utilitie choice. The 2nd one is a suite of 11 bits impulses of each 600
    ms. The 1st one is the start bit to warm up the receiver. After that the
    "telegram" is a combinaison of 5 bits "on" and 5 bits "off" which make of
    course 10 bits. If the telegram has not 5 bits "on" or 5 bits "off" its
    automatically ignored (fail in transmission). The combination of "on" and
    "off" give 126 different possibilties. The actions defined by those
    combination are defined by utility. Usually the code is written on the
    receiver and you can find the corresponding telegram on the following site
    : www.rundsteuerung.de/html/decabit.html
    Regards,
    melody
     
  3. Ewan Parsons

    Ewan Parsons Guest

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  4. John Fields

    John Fields Guest

    On Thu, 21 Jul 2005 17:56:31 GMT,
     
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