O/I formatting

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    O/I formatting

    Ok,

    I'm looking for a way to control exactly what comes out of a network connection via ethernet with linux (and if possible winsock). Basically I'm trying to get a digital sequence simple 16 bits 00100101010 or whatever. That's really all I want, nothing more however I haven't been able to find any information on it.

    Basically I have a reciever on the other end that will trigger if it gets the right code combination. Ideas anyone?

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    >> Basically I have a reciever on the other end
    What kind of receiver?

    Are you familiar with digital signals at all? Do you have any idea what the digital signal on the Tx line of a NIC card looks like? Not to mention all the other lines on an RJ-45 cable....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Codeplug
    >> Basically I have a reciever on the other end
    What kind of receiver?

    Are you familiar with digital signals at all? Do you have any idea what the digital signal on the Tx line of a NIC card looks like? Not to mention all the other lines on an RJ-45 cable....

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    Well thank you for throwing out a nice dose of arrogance and superiorism. However, yes. I do. I realize that there might be no other way to go about doing this without either rewriting a driver or using PLD circuts and ABEL but. . . possibly someone else out there had found something that might help me out some. Thanks anyway.

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    Since you apparently have issues with answering perfectly logical questions, go back and read your other thread....
    Analog IO

    To add to Salem's links, you can also follow the links in this thread.

    >> What kind of receiver?
    Knock yourself out with a PLD if you're looking to seriously over-engineer the project...

    >> Goal: Constant current signal max voltage for a given time interval
    This is easily accomplished using a COM port, as long as the "given time interval" is large enough for a PC to handle. Or if you have a SPI interface to work with, you can use another line to clock in bits at the PC's pace.

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