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Arduino + IR sensor = IR signal decoder

As we are big fans of Arduino (and Raspberry Pi) we implemented a Windows application which connected to an Arduino with the addition of a just ‘one’ component, an IR receiver. Voilá, we now have what we believe to be the most feature rich IR analyzer & decoder available. It’s so good we can decode new IR signals in a fraction of the time before AnalysIR. No need for expensive Logic Analyzers or Oscilloscopes.

Via Arduino.


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