Go Down

Topic: Decoding 433.92mhz remote (Read 639 times) previous topic - next topic


Hi guys, loving the look of this forum and look forward to using it. If anybody can help me with a current project I am working on that would be great.

I have an "Owl wireless power strip" which can turn on outlets wirelessly using a 433.92mhz remote control.
I am trying to decode the signals that are sent from the remote so I can replicate the bitstream from an arduino and thus control the device via a webpage for example.

I tried using rtl_433 in linux to try and automatically decode it for me but nothing appeared when I pressed buttons on the remote. Is the remote perhaps on a different modulation type than my 433 recevier?
Hooking up a 433 receiver to a breadboard and checking the serial monitor for any output also never displayed any data.

I recorded the transmission of "button 4" using SDR# and audacity. Can anybody decode this waveform or at least shed some light on a possible route for me to take? I am finding it difficult to work out which modulation it is using and what the actual datastream is... ( new to radio stuff - and arduino! )

Thanks guys!

Go Up