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= TRF6151C =
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This is the Texas Instruments RF Chip TRF6151C
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It includes a VCO, Mixers, etc.
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== TSP ==
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The TSP to the TRF6151 uses three wires:
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 * CLOCK (regular CLK_13M)
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 * STROBE (generated by TPU)
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 * DATA (provided by TPU at falling edge of CLOCK, TRF samples data at rising edge of CLOCK)
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[[Image(Rita:trf6151_tsp.png)]]
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== Analog I/Q baseband output ==
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During development I've taken some measurements of the I/Q output of the TRF6151.
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The green and black graph of the diagrams below are the "I" channel positive and negative signal.
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The magenta graph is the difference signal computed by the Scope.
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=== baseband output in idle mode listening on paging channel ===
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This is zoomed out to a very long timebae to see the Rx activity at 1.8 second intervals,
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which apparently was the paging channel for the paging group of that IMSI.
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[[Image(Rita:trf6151_iq_rx_paging_channel.png)]]
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=== multiple consecutive bursts ===
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This shows multiple consecutive received bursts.  
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You can see that there is a DC offset when the TRF6151 is powered up, but you can't really see data on that DC offset
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[[Image(Rita:trf6151_iq_rx_burst_distance.png)]]
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=== a single burst ===
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[[Image(Rita:trf6151_rx_iq_one_burst.png)]]
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=== bits of a burst ===
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[[Image(Rita:trf6151_rx_iq_bits_of_burst.png)]]
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