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The Philips RC5 IR Remote Control ProtocolAuthor
Giorgos Lazaridis
July 30, 2012

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Philips AN10210 Using the Philips 87LPC76x microcontroller
as a remote control transmitter

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Microchip AN1064 IR Remote Control Transmitter Application Note

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ATMEL AVR410 RC5 IR Remote Control Receiver Application Note

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ST AN3174 Implementing an RC5 infrared remote control receiver with the STM32F10xx microcontrollers

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  • At 29 July 2015, 11:32:11 user Kumar Satyam wrote:   [reply @ Kumar Satyam]
    • Bit period (transmission clock): 1,778 mSec

      should be corrected to:

      Bit period (transmission clock): 1.778 mSec

  • At 22 March 2014, 16:17:02 user Giorgos Lazaridis wrote:   [reply @ Giorgos Lazaridis]
    • @poonam 38KHz is the frequency (F). The period (T) is:

      T = 1/F => T = 1/38000 = 26,3 uSec

  • At 22 March 2014, 12:35:27 user poonam wrote:   [reply @ poonam]
    • nice xplination...sir but i have tsop1738 which is operated for 38KHZ frequency..can i knw the time period between each bit.We required that for our project automatic curtains..thanxx

  • At 15 August 2013, 9:11:07 user raushan wrote:   [reply @ raushan]
    • you are giving basic idea of the RC5 protocol in very simple and understable way , thanks for it .but sir now tell me how i interface with avr16 or any micro-controller

  • At 16 July 2013, 4:51:25 user Rohan wrote:   [reply @ Rohan]
    • good information is provided... thnx..

  • At 14 February 2013, 13:07:13 user Giorgos Lazaridis wrote:   [reply @ Giorgos Lazaridis]
    • @mary http://www.pcbheaven.com/userpages/philips_rc5_decoder_transmitter

  • At 11 February 2013, 3:04:21 user mary wrote:   [reply @ mary]
    • @Giorgos Lazaridis @Giorgos Lazaridis
      for the IR led have you connected 5v power supply as well as the ve teminal of dso TO the anode of IR led if im wrong plz tell me the connections

  • At 25 January 2013, 20:17:24 user Giorgos Lazaridis wrote:   [reply @ Giorgos Lazaridis]
    • @mary there is an application note on this chip datasheet

  • At 25 January 2013, 15:24:36 user mary wrote:   [reply @ mary]
    • i want to see the rc code on DSO but how do i connect the tsop with resistors & capcitors & plz tell me their values.2)im dong a prjt on remote ctrl of home aplliances using PHillips remote if i want to change the speed of fan which is one of the appliances what must i do.plzzzzzzz help

  • At 27 December 2012, 7:15:36 user JIRSHAD wrote:   [reply @ JIRSHAD]
    • Thank you for giving me a breakthrough in my project...!!!!!

  • At 26 October 2012, 15:14:46 user Alfredo Matignon wrote:   [reply @ Alfredo Matignon]
    • Excellent article and references. Thanks

  • At 4 September 2012, 20:48:27 user Sam Coleman wrote:   [reply @ Sam Coleman]
    • Very useful page. The bit period should read 1,778 uSec though.

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