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Protocol analyzer for IR and RF

Wednesday, December 19th, 2012

We stumbled across this protocol analysis software aptly named Protocol Analyzer. "The Protocol Analyzer is a small tool that can catch, analyze and decode “slow” pulse based protocols. Typical examples are IR-Remotes or RF-Remotes. It uses the microphone input to read the signals. Since this is almost always available with...

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Nike+iPod reverse engineering (protocol too)

Sunday, October 16th, 2011

Dmitry Grinberg informs us of his latest project reverse engineering the Nike + iPod protocol. Basically this is a wireless protocol used by Nike to communicate data from certain shoe products to programs running on an iPod or iPhone. He says: "Nike+iPod is a very interesting piece of hardware for...

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Bus Pirate: Menu, protocol, and syntax guide

Saturday, August 8th, 2009

This guide explains the Bus Pirate I/O pins, describes each menu available from the Bus Pirate terminal, and documents the syntax functions for each protocol library. The Bus Pirate I/O pins try to be consistent across all libraries, the same pins are used for similar functions. Unused pins are usually...

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