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Capture Japanese remote pattern
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Post 1 made on Sunday June 26, 2011 at 21:22
quickgeek
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Trying to figure out which codes to use on this remote
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It is karaoke remote and can access songs that are indexed with 6 digit numbers.
Using a Global Cache IRL the codes capture easily, HOWEVER I am having trouble analyzing the captured codes.

Say a song is at index 124589
The user would type this number and press send. Only then does the IR get transmitted.


Here are some captured codes with repeated numbers for clarity
[Link: pastie.org]

Currently trying to migrate this to an iPad using commandfusion and a GC100
Could someone tell me what to include or disregard as there are variations between the same sequences.

I cannot test them as the device is not available . . so experimentation is a little difficult.

QG

Last edited by quickgeek on June 26, 2011 21:50.
tpyos suck. . but sometimes they help you find mistakes ;-)
Post 2 made on Sunday June 26, 2011 at 23:28
Jasonvp
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Have you tried any of these codes?

I only decoded 0-9 and some are the same code. They decode as Pioneer Protocol codes which are two part codes.

Protocol Device SubDev OBC EFC Decode Function Key Panel DevName Once Rept  
Pioneer 129 22 7 186 1_33 [1] [1] panel device 40.2441 0 68
Pioneer 129 22 31 250 35_33 [1] [1] panel device 40.2441 0 68
Pioneer 129 22 10 55 1_33 [2] [2] panel device 40.2441 0 68
Pioneer 129 22 31 250 35_33 [2] [2] panel device 40.2441 0 68
Pioneer 129 22 10 55 1_33 [3] [3] panel device 40.2441 0 68
Pioneer 129 22 31 250 35_33 [3] [3] panel device 40.2441 0 68
Pioneer 129 22 3 187 1_33 [4] [4] panel device 40.2441 0 68
Pioneer 129 22 31 250 35_33 [4] [4] panel device 40.2441 0 68
Pioneer 129 22 3 187 1_33 [5] [5] panel device 40.2441 0 68
Pioneer 129 22 31 250 35_33 [5] [5] panel device 40.2441 0 68
Pioneer 129 22 3 187 1_33 [6] [6] panel device 40.2441 0 68
Pioneer 129 22 31 250 35_33 [6] [6] panel device 40.2441 0 68
Pioneer 129 22 1 185 1_33 [7] [7] panel device 40.2441 0 68
Pioneer 129 22 31 250 35_33 [7] [7] panel device 40.2441 0 68
Pioneer 129 22 14 54 1_33 [8] [8] panel device 40.2441 0 68
Pioneer 129 22 31 250 35_33 [8] [8] panel device 40.2441 0 68
Pioneer 129 22 14 54 1_33 [9] [9] panel device 40.2441 0 68
Pioneer 129 22 31 250 35_33 [9] [9] panel device 40.2441 0 68
Pioneer 129 22 0 181 1_33 [0] [0] panel device 40.2441 0 68
Pioneer 129 22 31 250 35_33 [0] [0] panel device 40.2441 0 68

Look at the OBC column.
2 & 3 are the same (OBC 10 & 31).
4, 5 & 6 are the same (OBC 3 & 31).
8 & 9 are the same (OBC 14 & 31).

It's going to be impossible to help if you don't have the device to test with.


Jason
Post 3 made on Monday June 27, 2011 at 00:08
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I did these manually, and agree that some learned codes are the same. However, looking at the 2 digit pairs, it seems that the pattern is to send the digit or digits, and follow that with Function 31. That's the pattern Jason shows, but generalized to show how multiple digits are handled. So probably the overall protocol is not exactly a 2 part protocol, but rather as many Pioneer signals as digits plus a terminating signal with function 31.

From looking at all the data, I guess that the function numbers are:
0----0
1----7
2----10
3----88
4----3
5----6
6----80
7----1
8----14
9----93

I don't know why some single digit learns were the same, but I wonder if in some cases the learns were mis-labled.

Can you learn some longer sequences of digits? That will allow us to see if the above hypothesis is correct, and to have a little more data to sort out the function codes.


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