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Indra Suryanata

Jan 1, 1970
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I am a complete beginner. I just bought the Proton Dev Board MKII plus
LCD (http://www.picbasic.org/proton_dev.php).

I would like to create an IR Transmitter/remote control for my Sony
DVD Player (DVP-NS575P) to get started. If I would like to make button
1 on the board to send "Play" and button 2 to "Stop", how do you code
them in PIC BASIC?

I am using Proton Lite right now and has ordered Proton Development
Suite.

Thanks so much for your help.

Best regards,

Indra
 
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William J. Beaty

Jan 1, 1970
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I am a complete beginner. I just bought the Proton Dev Board MKII plus
LCD (http://www.picbasic.org/proton_dev.php).

I would like to create an IR Transmitter/remote control for my Sony
DVD Player (DVP-NS575P) to get started. If I would like to make button
1 on the board to send "Play" and button 2 to "Stop", how do you code
them in PIC BASIC?


Unless someone has the control codes for your DVD player, your best bet
would be to build an IR *receiver* first. Then aim your DVD remote
at it, press 'play,' and record the ?30? bits of data plus the pulse
width timing.
 
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Colubris

Jan 1, 1970
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I am a complete beginner. I just bought the Proton Dev Board MKII plus
LCD (http://www.picbasic.org/proton_dev.php).
I would like to create an IR Transmitter/remote control for my Sony
DVD Player (DVP-NS575P) to get started. If I would like to make button
1 on the board to send "Play" and button 2 to "Stop", how do you code
them in PIC BASIC?
I am using Proton Lite right now and has ordered Proton Development
Suite.
Thanks so much for your help.
Best regards,
Indra

Hi Indra,
Have you tried the user forums at picbasic.org? There is also a
searchable mailing list archive at www.melabs.com

I've seen several discussions on very similar topics in the past.
 
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Wong

Jan 1, 1970
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Unless someone has the control codes for your DVD player, your best bet
would be to build an IR *receiver* first. Then aim your DVD remote
at it, press 'play,' and record the ?30? bits of data plus the pulse
width timing.

An extra IR Receiver might not necessary. Just open your DVD remote
case, use your oscilloscope to probe the signal. You would have to
understand the protocol of the remote using. From there, 'decode' the
signal from the oscilloscope yourself.
 
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Indra Suryanata

Jan 1, 1970
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Hi Indra,
Have you tried the user forums at picbasic.org? There is also a
searchable mailing list archive at www.melabs.com

I've seen several discussions on very similar topics in the past.


Thanks a lot for everyone who responded.
I really appreciate it.

I have tried the user forums at picbasic.org, but no responses.

Anyway, I will try all your suggestions.
Thanks again.

Indra
 
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