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Old 28th November 2002, 08:46 AM   #1
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Default Who can provide information about the RC6 standard


Some time ago I build a remote control receiver by use of a PIC16F84. The remote control receiver decodes RC5 commands.
Now I want do to the samething for the RC6 format. Is there anabody who knows something about the RC6 format? I searched the web but I can't find the information I need. What I need is something like this but then for the RC6 format

RC5 format pulse train
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