I used the normal (not the g7) blinker (with crc16), from http://grandag.nm.ru/hdk/blinker with major modifications:- I "cleared out" the startup procedure just left "b main" there, because for SX100 it did not work and I did not understand the reason interacting coprocessors, ...- I rewrote the send_byte function in assembler, because 1. I believe, the timing is quite important (same code length in every branch, very easy codepath, ...) 2. I played the DELAY values, and (for sure by my mistake) it seemed the DELAY_SYNC and DELAY_SPACE shows the same signal despite the fact I wrote 10000 for the first and 100 for the second. 3. My c knowledge is somehow limited (until now, because my mother language is Pascal), but I wrote pretty much in asm and I had a feeling, that the compiler did something wrong...
...The more stronger (loader) is the signal from the blinker the more the blinker signal is flying around the baseline (hex:80) up and down. Tested number of AFlamp-phototransistor distances - more close -> more distortion.Is it possible, that this problem is caused by long, not well-shielded thin headphones cable? Amplitude (dB range of waveform in Audition) from phototransistor should be constant, shouldn't it?(using ASUS P5N32E-SLI Plus's SupremeFX / ADI 1988b microphone input)...
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