FM receiever using psoc

Discussion in 'Embedded Systems and Microcontrollers' started by maheshkumar0459, Sep 13, 2013.

  1. maheshkumar0459

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    I want to build a Fm receiver using PSoC-3 kit. The main heart of FM receiver is PLL(Phase locked loop) whicch is a feedback loop. FM frequency is 88-108MHz
    but PSoC max frequency is 12-67MHz. so how can i increase PSoC frequency.
    Will this project work out??
    Give ideas to work out this..
    Thanks in advance..
     
  2. ErnieM

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    No, you don't have several other just a essential parts.

    Instead, get one of these.
     
  3. maheshkumar0459

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  4. WBahn

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    So you aren't trying to build an FM receiver and happen to think of using that PSoC-3 kit, but rather you have to use the PSoC-3 kit and happen to think of building an FM receiver. That's an important distinction since it completely redefines what your problem is.

    Why not try finding a project that matches the capabilities of the parts you are required to use?
     
  5. maheshkumar0459

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    Thanks for your reply..
    If i can build PLL using PSoC then i can make it as FM receiver easily as PLL is main block of FM receiver. So i wanted to build FM only..
    But how can i increase the frequency of PSoC from low frequncy to high frequncy ie:88-108MHz..
    If i can increase frequency then FM receiver can be done easily..
     
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