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Post 2 made on Saturday January 4, 2014 at 23:51
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August 2009
Get IrScrutinizer and ask it to decode the original Pronto Hex.  It will tell you that this is a variant type of NEC  (I've never heard of the term NEC -TC101), which the IR community has dubbed NEC-rnc, where rnc stands for Reverse Nibble Complement.  It decodes as NEC-rnc device 1, function 52.

To generate other Pronto Hex, go to the Generate tab, select NEC-rnc, enter 1 in the D box, leave S blank, and enter e.g. 55 in the F box.

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