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PostPosted: Fri Jul 23, 2010 1:23 pm    Post subject: When using IRScope to capture signals... Reply with quote

If you are using IR Scope and you are not getting decodes,
record all of your signals and add a meaningful note as you go.



When you have a good clean signals, use the Save All As button to create an ICT file that contains all the signals. The Save All AS option was added in 2.01. You can also select all the lines and SAVE SELECTED AS off the File Menu.

We need a summary too, since "Unknown" signals need a leadout of at least 250ms for DecodeIR to treat two consecutive "unknown" signals as separate signals.

Tip: In order to insure a large enough leadout time, increase th "Capture Duration" so that you'll have a long enough leadout ("off time") so that the various signals don't collapse when the experts view them.
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