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AnalysIR now decodes 40 Infrared Protocols - AnalysIR Blog

AnalysIR now decodes 40 Infrared Protocols - AnalysIR Blog | AnalysIR Infrared Anlayzer & Decoder for Arduino, USB IR Toy, Raspberry Pi and more | Scoop.it
AnalysIR now decodes 40 Infrared protocols.
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We have been updating the AnalysIR documentation for the upcoming 1.0 release and realised that AnalysIR now decodes 40 Infrared protocols. Wow!. Along with the most common TV & media remotes controls there are 14 Air Conditioner protocols included. The full set of protocols is included with the latest ‘dev’ release, which is available to all current & new owners of AnalysIR (less the aforementioned documentation) in advance of the  pending 1.0 release. The 1.0 release will incorporate over 170 new features, updates and fixes compared to the initial release and also supports our new IR Learner which will be launched along with a range of Infrared kits in the coming months.

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Infrared technology offers faster wireless data transfer than Wi-Fi and Bluetooth

Infrared technology offers faster wireless data transfer than Wi-Fi and Bluetooth | AnalysIR Infrared Anlayzer & Decoder for Arduino, USB IR Toy, Raspberry Pi and more | Scoop.it

Posted by Darren Quick on October 2, 2012

Original image: Fraunhofer IPMS/Jürgen Lösel

 

"Back around the turn of the century, infrared ports for wireless data transfer over short distances were commonplace on many mobile devices. But it wasn't long before infrared communication technology was kicked to the curb in favor of the more versatile radio-based Wi-Fi and Bluetooth technologies. Fraunhofer researchers are looking to resurrect infrared wireless data transfer technology with the development of a “multi-gigabit communication module” that can wirelessly transfer data 46 times faster than Wi-Fi and 1,430 times faster than Bluetooth.


The new infrared module developed by Frank Deicke, a researcher at the Fraunhofer Institute for Photonic Microsystems (IPMS) in Dresden, boasts a data transfer rate of 1 gigabit per second (Gbps), making it not only significantly faster than conventional Wi-Fi and Bluetooth wireless technologies, but also six times faster than a wired USB 2.0 connection."

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gizmag.com

Source: Fraunhofer


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