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Topic: RF 2.4Ghz to IR converter for Philips TV remote with Arduino Uno (Read 507 times) previous topic - next topic

Juupke1981

Hi All,


I have a philips TV where the remote works with  2.4Ghz RF. I want to control my audio amplifier which works with infrared. To get this working I want to build a RF to IR converter with an Arduino (UNO). I got a nRF24L01(+) transiever to pick up the signals from the TV remote. With the RF24 library and the scanner example (link/) I saw that the signal is send around channel 23 and 48 when the volume buttons are pushed. See print from the serial monitor:

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RF24/examples/scanner/
1111111111112222222222222222333333
456789abcdef0123456789abcdef012345
0000000000000000000000000000000012
0235430000000000000000003413321001
64643a0000000000000000004633645556
6754550000000000000000006248676231
6366540000000000000000004057894011
4437660000000000000000002269875001
0000000000000000000000000000000001
0000000000000000000000000000000000
0000000000000000000000000000000002
0000000000000000000000000000000004


Now I came this far but don't know how to proceed. I googled how the 2.4 GHz sending and recieving works but couldn't get any further. Is there someone would could help me build a sniffer to catch the signal of the remote?

The IR section shouldn't be a problem, there are enough examples from.

Thanks,

Peter


KimD

did you ever find a solution?

I have same problem from my Philips tv and my Sonos, the TV uses RF, but Sonos uses IR.

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