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When he gets one , on order, a friend will make an audio analyser.
If I had the time I'd try making a nearer universal
exerciser/interrogator/hacker for IR remote control receivers that do not
respond to "universal" remotes or have info in JP1 or LIRC collections.
What would be possible without too much additional interface hardware?


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When he gets one , on order, a friend will make an audio analyser.
If I had the time I'd try making a nearer universal
exerciser/interrogator/hacker for IR remote control receivers that do not
respond to "universal" remotes or have info in JP1 or LIRC collections.
What would be possible without too much additional interface hardware?





Is he considering using a LCD display (i.e. lines of characters, not a TV
type thing) or will he simply connect the HDMI or composite video to a
monitor?

Doesn't at first look to me that using an LCD display (for portability)
would be that easy to implement.

Cheers,

Gareth.


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When he gets one , on order, a friend will make an audio analyser.
If I had the time I'd try making a nearer universal
exerciser/interrogator/hacker for IR remote control receivers that do

not
respond to "universal" remotes or have info in JP1 or LIRC collections.
What would be possible without too much additional interface hardware?





Is he considering using a LCD display (i.e. lines of characters, not a TV
type thing) or will he simply connect the HDMI or composite video to a
monitor?

Doesn't at first look to me that using an LCD display (for portability)
would be that easy to implement.

Cheers,

Gareth.




Sorry, I don't know. His son has got one on order as well for another
undisclosed specific project but would not be for test kit use


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Gareth Magennis wrote:

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? When he gets one , on order, a friend will make an audio analyser.
? If I had the time I'd try making a nearer universal
? exerciser/interrogator/hacker for IR remote control receivers that do not
? respond to "universal" remotes or have info in JP1 or LIRC collections.
? What would be possible without too much additional interface hardware?

Is he considering using a LCD display (i.e. lines of characters, not a TV
type thing) or will he simply connect the HDMI or composite video to a
monitor?

Doesn't at first look to me that using an LCD display (for portability)
would be that easy to implement.



It's really easy with the Arduino. You can buy the modules on Ebay,
cheap and it includes the software.


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