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IR decoding using ATtiny2313

Posted on Wednesday, June 22nd, 2011 in code, infrared by the machinegeek

This article from Radosław Kwiecień’s website shows how to decode RC5 IR signals from a remote control using the 16-bit Timer1 and INT0 external interrupt input in the ATtiny2313 Atmel AVR device.

All code in assembly in available in a compressed file.

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