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This is the fourth blog update after I started to build the infrared remote control code learner in a Cypress PSoC5LP chip.  I am happy to see it working now.  It was a quite difficult job, much harder than I expected.  In my previous three blog posts I showed how I built a circuit and algorithm that captures the infrared signal from a remote control and stores the raw symbols in an array.  Then the raw symbols are decoded and compressed/encoded into a format that can fit in ...
  This is the third blog update after I started to build the infrared remote control code learner (here are links to the previous posts: 1, 2, 3 ) .  I thought it would go faster, but it turned out to be a quite difficult task, which I am still working on.  So far, as I showed in my previous blog, I built a circuit and algorithm that captures the infrared signal from a remote control, decodes it, measures the infrared carrier frequency (which can have various values typically bet ...