I'm using a Linx single chip receiver to control an electric motor. The motor puts out a lot of electrical noise. Shielding it helps considerably. I'm wondering what might be going on in the receiver when it cuts out. It acts like it might be going into saturation somewhere. The motor will run for awhile, the receiver will cut out (motor stops), the motor will start up again and will quickly cut out again. Once it starts it seems to occur quickly again. Looks to me like something is saturating. The front end of the receiver has a SAW bandpass filter followed by a low noise amplifier. Any opinions on what might be going on?
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