#26 Translating data into lirc config file

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nobody
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2014-10-30
2014-05-17
Virgus
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Hello,
I need your advise to create a lirc config file of a four symbol protocol.
It belongs to some RF controlled power sockets sold by Carrefour and other shops:
http://www.econologie.com/shop/images/tr433_2_kit_par_4_prises.jpg

The attached png shows 4 symbols used: assuming d the base duration and m:mark s:space
we have m(d)s(d), m(2d)s(2d), m(d)s(2d), m(2d)s(d)

Is there a way to represent this four symbols protocol in lirc?

Thanks,
best regards.
V.

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  • Ian

    Ian - 2014-05-17

    Use the
    -f
    command line with irrecord, and it will capture raw signals and not try (and potentially fail) to decode them

     
  • Virgus

    Virgus - 2014-05-17

    Hello Ian, thanks for your reply.
    It's RF so I cannot use irrecord unless I re-modulate the output
    of the RF receiver and send it as it was IR.

    I already have written the raw representation of the codes I got from the logic analyser
    but I need to know if is possible to represent a four symbols protocol
    in winlirc.

    I've seen in the config file format there are RC-MM remotes' three (pthree,sthree) and two (ptwo,stwo) symbols.

    Is there a way to fake RC-MM remote config file for re-creating my RF signal?

    Thanks,
    V.

     
    Last edit: Virgus 2014-05-17
  • Ian

    Ian - 2014-05-17

    So your problem is trying to transmit the data, not recording it ? I wouldn't worry about decoding it, just use the raw values.

     
  • Virgus

    Virgus - 2014-05-17

    Yes just transmitting for now.
    I found several RF protocols have four symbols encoding and
    would like to keep being compliant to lirc format...

     
  • Ian

    Ian - 2014-05-19

    Raw is a perfectly valid LIRC format. Not all protocols can be decoded generically.

     

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