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App note: Infrared remote control implementation with MSP430FR4xx

Posted on Sunday, December 4th, 2016 in app notes by DP

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Infrared remote control implementation with MSP430FR4xx application note from TI:

This application report provides an insight into several of the most frequently used infrared protocols and especially their flexible implementation using the TI MSP430FR4xx series of low-power microcontrollers.
The MSP430FR4xx microcontrollers are primarily targeted at remote control application that are equipped with infrared modulation function and an LCD display. The infrared modulation combinatory logic works with rich peripheral resources (for example, timers, RTC, WDT, and SPI) to generate infrared waveforms for transmitting infrared signals with minimal software overhead and intelligent power consumption.

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One Response to “App note: Infrared remote control implementation with MSP430FR4xx”

  1. Tyeth says:

    This is a fantastically useful technical site, any chance you link back to these app notes from other project pages?
    #freepcbsunday

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