|Description||Remote Control Encode.|
The rc_encode protocol decoder can decode the remote control protocol which is frequently used within key fobs and power socket remotes.
They contain encoding chips like the Princeton Technology Corp PT2262 which converts the button pressed and address settings into a series of pulses which is then transmitted over whatever frequency and modulation that the designer chooses. These devices operate at a number of frequencies including 433MHz.
This PD should also decode the HX2262 and SC5262 which are equivalents.
The decoder also contains some optional additional decoding for a Maplin L95AR remote control and will turn the received signal into which button was pressed and what the address code DIP switches are set to.