Kevin Timmerman

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Kevin Timmerman

Kevin was the first one to identify the code used for protocols as assembler code. With this info we could start modifying protocols to better suit our purposes. Kevin also discovered the format used to store learned commands. Kevin wrote the IRScope program and invented the JP1 Apadter, which lets you control older JP1 remotes using a modern JP1.x FTDI type cable.

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