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Denon, Denon{1} and Denon{2}

IRP notation: {38k,264}<1,-3|1,-7>(D:5,F:8,0:2,1,-165,D:5,~F:8,3:2,1,-165)+
EFC translation: LSB

A Denon signal has two halves, either one of which is enough to fully decode the information. A significant fraction of Denon learned signals contain just one half or have the halves separated so that DecodeIr can't process them together. When one half is seen separate from the other, DecodeIr will name the protocol Denon{1} or Denon{2} depending on which half is decoded. Denon, Denon{1} and Denon{2} all represent the same protocol when they are correct. But only Denon is robust. A Denon{1} or Denon{2} decode might be spurious.


UEI protocol: 00CD
IRP notation: {37k,432}<1,-1,1,-3>(8,-4,84:8,50:8,0:4,D:4,S:4,F:12,((D*16)^S^(F*16)^(F:8:4)):8,1,-173)+
EFC translation: LSB comp

Denon-K is the member of the Kaseikyo family with OEM_code1=84 and OEM_code2=50.

Denon-K uses the same check byte rules as Panasonic protocol, but uses the data bits differently. The Panasonic Combo protocol in KM can be used with some difficulty to produce Denon-K signals. The Denon-K choice in RM uses the same protocol executor as Panasonic combo, but computes the hex commands based on Denon's use of the Kaseikyo data bits.

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