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Kaseikyo is a family of protocols that includes Panasonic, Mitsubishi-K, Fujitsu, SharpDVD and Teac-K. Each protocol in the Kaseikyo family is identified by two numbers, known as OEM_code1 and OEM_code2.

Most members of the family have minor structural differences from the generic form. In those cases DecodeIR checks for the specific details (based on the OEM codes) and if they are correct reports the protocol by name (see Panasonic and Teac-K below).

In the few cases where the structure exactly fits my understanding of the Kaseikyo spec, DecodeIR reports it as Kaseikyo-???-??? replacing the first ??? by the OEM_code1 and the second ??? by the OEM_code2.


IRP notation: {37k,432}<1,-1|1,-3>(8,-4,M:8,N:8,X:4,D:4,S:8,F:8,E:4,C:4,1,-173)+ {X=M:4:0^M:4:4^N:4:0^N:4:4,C=D^S:4:0^S:4:4^F:4:0^F:4:4^E}
EFC translation: LSB comp

This is the nominal form of the Kaseikyo. It is most commonly seen with OEM codes 170.90, which indicates "Sharp". I assume (haven't tested) that the SharpDVD protocol in KM generates these Kaseikyo-170-90 signals. We have also seen this protocol with OEM codes 3.32. I'm not sure what manufacturer that indicates.

The Kaseikyo protocol in KM seems to be designed to produce this nominal form of Kaseikyo for any specified OEM codes and any constant value of E. That should be the way to reproduce any Kaseikyo-???-??? decode other than SharpDVD, and might be better than SharpDVD for the Kaseikyo-170-90 signals.


Kaseikyo56 is a lengthened version of the Kaseikyo family of protocols. It has the same OEM codes indicating the same manufacturers as Kaseikyo, and it has the same variation (by manufacturer) in check byte and other details as Kaseikyo.


IRP notation: {37k,432}<1,-1|1,-3>(8,-4,M:8,N:8,H:4,D:4,S:8,X:8,F:8,E:4,C:4,1,-173)+
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