Rockbox mail archiveSubject: Re: infrared remote (and stuff)
Re: infrared remote (and stuff)
From: Andreas Zwirtes <zwirtes_at_gmx.de>
Date: Fri, 10 Jan 2003 17:53:17 +0100
Thanks for the tip, that's a very interesting starting point.
I'll use the AVR instead of the PIC for some reasons.
First it has some communication possiilities that avoid the
burden to delay the bits out. That is necessary for adding
IR remote stuff. Then it's ASM code is better readable
(more registers etc). And I think I need - guess what -
more power! ;) (Also for IR and comm stuff). The
device should be capable of bidirectional comm to act
as experimental platform.
Also building programmers is much easier with the
AVRs. That's important for anybody who wants to
build one himself. I think the 12V programming scheme
is a bit complicated.
Justin Fisher schrieb:
>TJ has built a remote, using a PIC I think. Do a search for remoclone -
>schematics and software is online, though not very easy to find. His stuff
>should really be in the "hardware mods" section of the rockbox site.
>From: Andreas Zwirtes [mailto:zwirtes_at_gmx.de]
>Sent: Friday, January 10, 2003 8:09 AM
>Subject: Re: infrared remote (and stuff)
>I've decided to build the remote unit.
>I'll show it, when it's ready. So anybody who wants can rebuild it
>or buy some ready made parts. That will ease the decision a lot.
>Some time ago I already took some scope pictures of the remote
>communication. If someone want's to have a look I can put them
>on my website.
Received on 2003-01-10