On Thu, Feb 17, 2011 at 7:47 AM, Josu Lazkano <josu.lazkano@...> wrote:
> 2011/2/17 Michael Bourgeous <sts.nitrogen@...>:
>> That seems to be a different problem to the one I was seeing.
>> Unfortunately I cannot help you, but I'd suggest looking at bitwise
>> inverse, reverse, and shifts of the IR codes to see if there are any
>> patterns there. I notice that VolGora is 0x490 (010010010000) and
>> Power1 is 0xA90 (101010010000). You can also read more on the various
>> IR protocols used by remotes to see if a protocol ambiguity would
>> cause your results. Finally, use the xmode2 program to compare the
>> signal sent by your original remote to that sent by LIRC.
> Thanks again Mike, I am not any expert on this, how can I test it?
> My TV remote is RM-ED036, I found a lircd for RM-035:
> There are two sections for same remote with different "bits" (12 and 15).
> Thanks for all your help.
> Kind regards.
> Josu Lazkano
The xmode2 program allows you to graph the bits sent from the remote
and compare them to the bits sent from your other transmitter.
Unfortunately I'm at the end of my lirc knowledge -- you'll have to
start reading through everything in the lirc documentation, lirc.org,
and Google (it's how I learned). Also check out
http://www.sbprojects.com/knowledge/ir/ir.htm which describes many IR
protocols, and just try running xmode2.