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PIC Serial port controlled infrared transmitter [Project]
posted June 9 2012 6:35.30 by Giorgos Lazaridis




Here is a project from Peter Jakab. It is a programmable infrared remote control transmitter, which can be controlled from a PC through the serial port. The transmitter can send encoded signal in many control formats, including the Philips RC-5 standard.






The complete project can be found in this link.

[Link: Peter Jakab]
 
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