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'RC5 infrared protocol'
1999\01\17@102614 by Marcos Migliorini

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Hi to all!
Some body have information about RC5 infrared code protocol?, or another
protocol for a simple infrared fan control with 8 vel. and on/off.

Thank in advance

1999\01\17@133642 by Ray Doerr

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   I have done a fair amount of work recently on IR.  Some sites where I
found information related to IR protocols and manufacturers codes are list
at the end of this Email.  Note, not all the documents found at these sites
are 100% accurate, but after you read a fair number of them you will be able
to figure out which are accurate and which are not.
   I have wrote some code for a 16F84 that will decode a Sony TV remote
control, this was done with about 110 words of code.  I also wrote some code
for a IR transmitter using a 12C509.  The transmitter simply uses a 12C509,
IR led, and one resistor.  This is the only parts required, other than a
power source which could be a battery or something else.  The Transmitter
simulates a 40Khz signal in software.
   If any one is interested in the Source code and Circuit diagram please
Email me directly and I will try to help.

The IR link is
http://falcon.arts.cornell.edu/~dnegro/IR/



-----Original Message-----
From: Marcos Migliorini <spam_OUTmarcosmTakeThisOuTspamSICOAR.COM>
To: .....PICLISTKILLspamspam@spam@MITVMA.MIT.EDU <PICLISTspamKILLspamMITVMA.MIT.EDU>
Date: Sunday, January 17, 1999 10:26 AM
Subject: RC5 infrared protocol


Hi to all!
Some body have information about RC5 infrared code protocol?, or another
protocol for a simple infrared fan control with 8 vel. and on/off.

Thank in advance

1999\01\17@141149 by Jim Paul

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Ray,

I'd be interested in the Source Code you have as well as the schematics and
hookups
email me at .....jamespKILLspamspam.....intertex.net


Thanks and Regards,


Jim

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1999\01\17@144803 by Marcos Migliorini

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Ray:
Thanks for your help!!!
I have interest in the Source code and Circuit diagram of your ir
transmitter and decoder.
Regards
Marcos
email me at EraseMEmarcosmspam_OUTspamTakeThisOuTsicoar.com.ar

-----Mensaje original-----
De: Ray Doerr <rrdoerrspamspam_OUTHOME.COM>
Para: @spam@PICLISTKILLspamspamMITVMA.MIT.EDU <KILLspamPICLISTKILLspamspamMITVMA.MIT.EDU>
Fecha: Domingo 17 de Enero de 1999 15:37 p.m.
Asunto: Re: RC5 infrared protocol


>    I have done a fair amount of work recently on IR.  Some sites where I
>found information related to IR protocols and manufacturers codes are list
>at the end of this Email.  Note, not all the documents found at these sites
>are 100% accurate, but after you read a fair number of them you will be
able
>to figure out which are accurate and which are not.
>    I have wrote some code for a 16F84 that will decode a Sony TV remote
>control, this was done with about 110 words of code.  I also wrote some
code
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1999\01\17@145634 by Bob Blick

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Hi Ray,

I suggest you put it on a web page before you get tired of attaching 100
emails.

Just my $.02

-Bob

P.S. can I get a copy?

1999\01\17@181500 by ryan pogge

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I do also
Ryan


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sites
>>are 100% accurate, but after you read a fair number of them you will be
>able
>>to figure out which are accurate and which are not.
>>    I have wrote some code for a 16F84 that will decode a Sony TV remote
>>control, this was done with about 110 words of code.  I also wrote some
>code
>>for a IR transmitter using a 12C509.  The transmitter simply uses a
12C509,
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1999\01\18@112417 by Brian Aase

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A couple of years ago I made an RC5 reader using a 16C84 and a
2x20 LCD display.  I still use it as a tester to evaluate handheld
controls.  It has been very reliable.

I don't have a web page of my own (too lazy) but if someone wants
to put the design (source code, schematic, etc.) on their page for
public use, I will email it to them.  Let me know.

Brian Aase

1999\01\18@113419 by The shadoW

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ill post it.
-----Original Message-----
From: Brian Aase <RemoveMEulcsaKILLspamspamESKIMO.COM>
To: PICLISTSTOPspamspamspam_OUTmitvma.mit.edu <spamBeGonePICLISTSTOPspamspamEraseMEmitvma.mit.edu>
Date: Monday, January 18, 1999 11:24 AM
Subject: RC5 infrared protocol


A couple of years ago I made an RC5 reader using a 16C84 and a
2x20 LCD display.  I still use it as a tester to evaluate handheld
controls.  It has been very reliable.

I don't have a web page of my own (too lazy) but if someone wants
to put the design (source code, schematic, etc.) on their page for
public use, I will email it to them.  Let me know.

Brian Aase

1999\01\18@154324 by Peter Tran

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Can you send me your file. Thank you.
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From: Brian Aase <KILLspamulcsaspamBeGonespamESKIMO.COM>
To: <EraseMEPICLISTspamEraseMEMITVMA.MIT.EDU>
Sent: Monday, January 18, 1999 8:16 AM
Subject: RC5 infrared protocol


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1999\01\18@160539 by The shadoW

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If you send me your files, (codes and schematics), I will post them on my
webpage.

:steve

1999\01\18@165606 by Brian Aase

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Here you go.  As always, use at your own risk  ;-)




> If you send me your files, (codes and schematics), I will post them on my
> webpage.
>
> :steve
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1999\01\18@170023 by Brian Aase

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Oh, Blast!!! That was supposed to be a direct message,
not sent to the whole list.  My fault entirely.
<insert embarrased look here>
Brian Aase

1999\01\19@062948 by Gavin Jackson

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Hi there

I've just had a look at the circuit you have and
noticed that you conected the Vss to +5V and
the Vdd to ground. These connections should be
reveresed.

Thanks for posting the code and circuit.

Regards

Gavin
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1999\01\19@062959 by keithh

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Brian Aase <spamBeGoneulcsaspamKILLspamESKIMO.COM> wrote:

> A couple of years ago I made an RC5 reader using a 16C84
> and a 2x20 LCD display.  I still use it as a tester
> to evaluate handheld controls.  It has been very reliable.

On the Arcam Alpha 10 Integrated Amplifier
I put in standard user and setup screens,
but are also engineering screens. One of which
displays the RC5 messages received.

Damn handy for checking that the handsets we
buy in do what we asked. Also good for checking
other brands codes so we don't interfere.
A lot faster than the alternative of
squinting at a storage scope.
Especially if you're a hi-fi dealer.

Keith.

http://www.arcam.com

1999\01\19@103744 by Caisson

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> Van: Brian Aase <.....ulcsaspam_OUTspamESKIMO.COM>
> Aan: TakeThisOuTPICLIST.....spamTakeThisOuTMITVMA.MIT.EDU
> Onderwerp: Re: RC5 infrared protocol
> Datum: maandag 18 januari 1999 22:58
>
> Oh, Blast!!! That was supposed to be a direct message,
> not sent to the whole list.  My fault entirely.
> <insert embarrased look here>
> Brian Aase

I myself did not mind too much.  I was looking forward to see how it was
done.
<Insert happy face here>

Greetz,
 Rudy Wieser

1999\01\19@164614 by Goovaerts

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Can you send the design to me. I'm doing a project in wich I have to be able
to communicate through IR (IrDA-standard !!!!) with a PC (RS232) Hav you got
any idea's on how to do this ??? But if you send me your info and design
I'll be very happy !!

Glenn Goovaerts

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1999\01\19@173534 by Ray Doerr

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   I have also been looking at IRDA 1.2.  From my first bit of research I
found a chip from Maxim (MAX3120) that is IRDA1.2 compatible for the
physical layer.  I went to there Web site and ordered two samples of this
chip.  They also have a chip (MAX 3131) that has the charge pump built in to
talk to a rs-232 port directly.

Thanks Ray Doerr

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1999\01\19@175630 by Brian Aase

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Gavin is 100% correct!  (the schematic was drawn
after the fact, so I never noticed the mistake.)
If anyone wants a corrected diagram, please
let me know.

> I've just had a look at the circuit you have and
> noticed that you conected the Vss to +5V and
> the Vdd to ground. These connections should be
> reveresed.

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