MSI media center IR remote control

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I am trying to find out which IR protocol MSI media center IR remote control is using. Model Nummer: S10-1200130-J16. Any body has an idea? RC5, NEC, etc..

thanks

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It does look like NEC.

I have found Ken Shirriff's IR library to be indispensable when working with unknown remotes.
http://www.arcfn.com/2009/08/mul...

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Thank you so much indeed, I was looking at LIRC today, I don't know how I missed looking there!

I am not familiar with Arduino. Does it generate a hex file that I can program into AVR, or I must use a bootloader to do so?

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Yes, Arduino creates a hex file and itself is just another layer on top of AVRGCC.
To locate the hex, you must turn on "show verbose" in file, preferences.

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great, thanks :- )

Signature: We need more peripherals in DIP packages. Namely, USB, 12-bit ADC, 16-bit timer, cheaper tool as a programmer/debugger coz STK600 is expensive! Atmel Studio 5/6 sucks! coz it brings MS visual studio crap to AVR world..