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2013-09-12 Product usage lifetime for i.MX 6Solo/6DualLite
Know the product usage lifetime estimates for the i.MX 6Solo/6DualLite applications processors
2013-09-02 Measuring power consumption of i.MX 6Solo
Here's an application note that will enable the user to choose the appropriate power supply domains for the i.MX 6Solo chips
2010-05-18 Image processing API for the i.MX platform
This application note provides information about the image processing API for the i.MX platform. Image processing is a form of signal processing
2010-02-24 Customizing the Freescale Advanced Toolkit for i.MX-based platforms
The Advanced Toolkit (ATK) is a container of tools for the i.MX processor family. This software is used for developing and validating i.MX based platforms. This application note describes ATK customization
2010-02-16 Adding UART Bluetooth solution to i.MX Windows CE 5.0/6.0
This application note describes the main characteristics that should be taken into consideration when selecting a Bluetooth solution that best fits the requirements; the common requirements that the Bluetooth solution maker must provide to integrate its solution into Freescale's platforms; and the way to integrate the Bluetooth solution in Freescale WinCE BSPs.
2010-05-28 How to run BSP unit test on Windows CE using i.MX platforms
This application note describes the setup process to use the CETK; describes how to use the Windows Embedded CE 6.0 Test Kit (CETK) with the tests provided by Microsoft; and describes how to use the custom test provided by Freescale, followed by an example of a custom test for the i.MX31 PDK platform.
2001-09-05 Variable split-band scrambling (VSB) furnishes voice security
This application note describes how to implement VSB (variable split band) scrambling for enhanced voice security.
2001-09-06 V.22bis call setup with the CMX868
This application note provides details on the V.22bis wire-line communications protocol and pointers on how the handshaking sequence can be achieved with the CMX868 modem chip.
2001-09-06 V.22 call setup with the CMX867
This application note provides details on the V.22 wire-line communications protocol and pointers on how the handshaking sequence can be achieved with the CMX867 modem chip.
2001-09-06 Using two-point modulation to reduce synthesizer problems when designing dc-coupled GMSK modulators
This application note discusses the problems encountered when designing GMSK modulators with respect to the characteristics of PLL frequency synthesizers and illustrates how two-point modulation can be used to solve them.
2001-09-05 Suggested applications for the CMX673
This application note describes typical applications for connecting the CMX673 call progress tone detector to a balanced telephone line, call progress tone cadences and frequencies and an illustrative cadence timing diagram.
2001-09-05 SPM 12kHz and 16kHz blocking filters
This application note presents SPM (Subscriber Pulse Metering or Tax Metering) detection and methods to attenuate SPM burst signals.
2001-09-06 SPM (Subscriber Pulse Metering) for PCMCIA, data and fax modems
This application note discusses the principles of SPM (subscriber pulse metering) for PCMCIA, data and fax modems.
2001-09-05 Recommendations for V.23 1200/75bps full-duplex call set-up
This application note describes how the connection should be established for a 1,200/75bps full duplex call setup.
2001-09-06 Programmer's quick reference guide to the CMX868
This application note provides a CMX868 quick reference guide intended to assist the programmer by "pulling" as much information on each register into a single page and cross-referencing the content as much as possible.
2001-09-05 Practical GMSK data transmission
This application note provides a detailed overview on Gaussian filtered Minimum Shift Keying (GMSK) and discusses related topics that explain why GMSK is a preferred modulation method.
2001-09-05 Noise immunity circuit for the MX633/643 call-progress detectors
This application note provides an evaluation circuit for bread boarding purposes and discusses an approach for limiting the MX633/643 call progress detector's sensitivity to noise in poor signal to noise situations.
2001-09-05 MX909A signal acquisition principles
This application note provides guidance on the correct way of using the automatic level and timing extraction sequences of the MX909A modem chip.
2001-09-06 MX909A fade management, data detection and carrier drift management
This application note describes issues and strategies relating to fading applications, data detection in continuous carrier systems, and transmit/receive RF carrier drift. It also describes the features and controls of the MX909A GMSK modem IC that may be used in an MX909A-based system.
2001-09-05 MX009 and MX019 amplifier array
This application note presents two examples of series and parallel configurations of the MX009 and MX019 digitally controlled amplifiers.
2001-09-05 MSK and its application to wireless data transmission
This application note provides a detailed overview of Minimum Shift Keying (MSK). It essentially discusses how MSK modems work and explains a method to model their behavior.
2001-09-05 Migrating CMX602A designs to use the CMX602B device
This application note describes the differences between the CMX602B Calling Line Identifier and CMX602A Enhanced CID/CID on Call Waiting devices to help ensure smooth design migration to use the CMX602B.
2001-09-05 Increasing data throughput in radio telemetry systems
This application note discusses factors affecting radio data network performance and presents solutions based on IC designs.
2001-09-06 FRS group calling and tone cloning
This application note describes the features of the CMX808A FRS (Family Radio Service) CTCSS (Continuous Tone Controlled Selective Squelch or Continuous Tone Controlled Squelch System) processor chip and the functions that support these features.
2001-09-06 Filter coefficient generator for CMX860, CMX867 & CMX868
This application note describes the spreadsheet that calculates the required IIR filter coefficients for the programmable tone pair detectors (TPD) included in the CMX860, CMX867 and CMX868 devices.
2001-09-05 Error detection & correction of MPT1327 formatted messages using MX429A or MX809 devices
This application note explains the algorithms of the MPT1327 Trunked radio protocol and describes its implementation approaches.
2001-09-06 Design migration from MX469 to CMX469A
This application note helps ensure successful design migration from the MX469 MSK modem IC to the CMX469A MSK modem IC by describing their differences.
2001-09-06 Crystal oscillator circuit design
This application note discusses the recommended crystal oscillator circuit, explains each component in the circuit, and provides some guidelines on selecting values for these components.
2001-09-05 Continuously variable slope delta modulation: A tutorial
This application note discusses the basics of uniform and non-uniform quantization (non-adaptive), differential quantization and CVSD (Continuously Variable Slope Delta modulation) quantization.
2001-09-05 C-BUS microcontroller interface
This application note is intended to serve as a definition and introduction to the C-BUS interface. It discusses the timing parameters of the C-BUS interface with wide applicability to MX-COM products.
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