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USB infrared decoder

Posted on Wednesday, December 1st, 2010 in infrared, USB by Ian

Arthur sent in his USB infrared decoder. It uses a PIC18F2550 to process the IR signal and send it to the PC as keyboard commands.

Via the contact form.

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