Hi again....

Looks like the actual activation codes are the same, but are embeddd in the string at different locations
Byte Postion 3 and 9 are repeats of the active keypress.

The breakdown is :

2 byte prefix of ( aad5 )
1byte data
6 bytes in the middl (ee d5ad eeaa ad)
1 byte data

    data dump from serial port
         **               **
    aad5 d4ee d5ad eeaa add4


That said, would I use :

bits                    80

pre_data_bits    16
pre_data           0xAAD5
(or use the end one and look for the eeaa patterm ??)

If I use the AAD5 would I also use a
post_data_bits       40
post_data              0xEED5EEAAAD


-Pete Flaherty


On Mon, 2006-04-24 at 16:35 +0200, Christoph Bartelmus wrote:
Hi!

Pete Flaherty "pjf@cape.com" wrote:
[...]
> I have an older remote ( UR51A ) and it appears the cods are a bit
> different

Then edit the config file. No need to chage the source code.

Christoph


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