From: Robin Adams <robin@ad...> - 2002-02-24 22:25:14
I'm working on a lirc driver for a device
that receives IR-Signals. I found out that
lirc counts the length of pulses and spaces
in microseconds. Now I'm wondering which
timing resolution is really required to
receive most IR-Signals reliably. Since IR-
Signals are modulated onto a carrier, the
signals should be longer than the length of
a carrier wave, right ?
So, what timing resolution do other lirc
devices achieve in reality ? How fast are
Is 'polling every 200uS' save or won't that
Robin Adams "robin@..." wrote:
> devices achieve in reality ? How fast are
> IR-Codes ?
> Is 'polling every 200uS' save or won't that
> work ?
RECS80 uses pulses as short as 141 us. You should use at least 50 us