I'm searching for a TI chip which can receive a bit pattern, for example, 11011011 and if it is the same one as an internal, stored value, give an interrupt :) I think such a thing is called a correlator, and I guess its implementation should be based on a LFSR Linear Feedback Shift Register.
Do you know what I mean? Perhaps I'm wrong :) Do you know the name, model... of any TI or any other manufacturer that does what I've just described?
Please let me know your opinions!
Thanks a lot!
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This is in the realm of FPGA's http://www-labsticc.univ-ubs.fr/~boutillon/correlator/correlator.html, I don't know if this is exactly what you want, but you'd have to put this on an FPGA...
Thanks for your answer! :) It's very useful!!
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