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The X10 Protocol in practise

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BrianH

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Hello group members,

I am designing a personal project based around a PIC Microcontroller, which needs to be able to make use of the X10 protocol. My research so far has turned up SOME technical information regarding the protocol itself but I've been looking everywhere to find a project based on one, so that I can see how to put the protocol into practise and adapt those ideas for my own
project.

The design needs to be my own, I do not want to purchase in standard X10
transmitter/reciever designs and add them to my project, I want to make use of the protocol myself.

Has any group member had experience of this? If anyone has a weblink to anything regarding designing X10 based projects I would be extremely greatful, Google doesn't seem to turn up what I need.

Thanks in advance,





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BrianH

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Someone else on another forum also suggested MicroChip's application notes - thankyou very much I'll check it out :)
 
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