433 MHz universal remote control. How do it?

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My boss have ask me to realize a 2 channel universal remote control for replace bad (but working) remote control.

It should work in this manner:
1) I set my remote control in read mode.
2) I Click on working remote control for transmit code.
3) My remote control copy the code on one channel

Have you already realized something similar to this?
Can you help me in some way?

Thanks

P.S.
I have just found Atmel AT86RF401 chip that seem could be used.
Can I program it by Bascom?
If yes, which is the dat file that I should use?

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Many wireless remotes work in the 301MHz frequency band. In the U.S., there are special rules for devices that are on for only VERY short time intervals and very infrequently and many live near 301 MHz.

You also have to know something about the modulation used in the original controller. There are many modulation types and usually the modern chips are optimized for one modulation type, typically that used for 802.15.4 These do NOT work with the On-OFF Keyed (OOK) system that is frequently used for remotes.

Jim

Jim Wagner Oregon Research Electronics, Consulting Div. Tangent, OR, USA http://www.orelectronics.net

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I do not believe the AT86RF401 is supported by Bascom.

JC