NEC Protocol IR remote control decoder using PIC16F877A CCS PIC C

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EEVblog #506 - IR Remote Control Arduino Protocol Tutorial

How to capture and reverse engineer an infrared IR code and use an Arduino or other microcontroller to replay the command. Oscilloscope and logic analyser capture, coding, troubleshooting, tounge angle, it's all here. In this instance Dave captures the NEC (Japanese) code from his Canon video camera remote control on the digital oscilloscope, figures out all the bits and encoding, and writes an Arduino library to replay the code back, and verifies it with his Saleae Logic logic analyser. Previous simple hack video: CODE: Forum: EEVblog Main Web Site: EEVblog Amazon Store: Donations: Projects: Electronics Info Wiki:

How to make an IR remote tester or Receiver circuit using TSOP 1738

A tutorial on How to make a simple Infrared(IR) remote tester/receiver circuit on a breadboard. You can switch on LED using TV Remote with this circuit. This circuit can be modified to turn on LED lights whenever a button on the remote control is pressed. The components you need are: TSOP1738, LED, (470 -1000)ohm Resistor and a (10-100)micro-farad Capacitor. Circuit Diagram plus more Information: Datasheet of TSOP 1738: For more: Visit: Like us on: Google plus:

TV Remote Control Home Automation using PIC

Get this project kit at System allows user to control home appliances easily using pic microcontroller through an IR remote

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Infrared Remote Control Decoding

Using an MSP430 to decode the commands from an infrared remote control, for no particular purpose although I have a boring application in mind. Some totally pointless and weird ones too! Post your suggestions below! Here is my code for this exercise:

Extended NEC protocol decoder. Circuit schematic and C code at:

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