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PIC - Goertzel - Tone Decoding - etc

PIC - Goertzel - Tone Decoding - etc

PIC - Goertzel - Tone Decoding - etc

Hi all!
I'm wondering if a Goertzel Algoritm can be implemented in a PIC microcontroler with ADC convertion...

What I would expect in terms of detection speed?
Can the Goertzel A. able to give us the streng of signal detected?

Any other ideias/opinions?
Thanks in advance.

RE: PIC - Goertzel - Tone Decoding - etc

Did anyone end up getting successful code to implement the Goertzel algorithm over a larger span of frequencies on a PIC?  I've looked online and can't find anything.

RE: PIC - Goertzel - Tone Decoding - etc


Were my comments to your thread on the MicroChip forum not enough to get you up and running?

Your highest frequency detectable is dependant upon the sampling frequency... if your chip is stuck at 20MHz (which locks in your max sampling rate), then there's not much else you can do.


RE: PIC - Goertzel - Tone Decoding - etc

Detection speed is a function of your SNR and lowest freq. tone, not the PIC.  The PIC MIPS limitation determines your maximum sample frequency.  What is the problem or application?  The algorithm you chose is considered very good for certain problems, but may not be optimum for other.

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