I have a board that I designed using an Atxmega128A1U microprocessor from Atmel. I want to use a remote control that uses a PT2264 chip to encode an address and a 4-bit data code referencing which button on the remote was pressed. I want a driver/code that I can add to my design that implements the decoder circuit for the PT2264 chip. The code should monitor the pin that interfaces with the digitized signal and provide the address and data when it receives a valid signal from the remote. A valid signal is a sync pulse followed by the address and data.
I've attached the datasheet for the PT2264 and a snapshot of the transmission from the PT2264 using a logic analyzer. The logic analyzer snapshot represents the code 1FFFFFFF0001. 0001 is the data and 1FFFFFFF is the address.
This project is using the same remote system as the rc-switch library for the Arduino 433Mhz receiver. The coding scheme is the same but directly it doesn't run on the Xmega.
I'm currently running the Xmega at 32Mhz but will probably move that down to 2Mhz to lower the power consumption. The driver should be able to handle either processor speed.
Hi, dear! I saw your project. I am a interested in your remote control project. I can do it and i wold like to discuss the details. I will best. Thank you.