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Bus Pirate



Author: Hex Hexreader

Last Updated: 2018-11-06

Category: Development Systems

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Dig your old Bus Pirate gadget out of the junk drawer and put it to use.
Example of Infrared Remote IR signal send.
Easy to add your own functions

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mikroC PRO for dsPIC30/33 & PIC24
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Example Blog

05 November 2018 First version - NEC only - expect more IR protocols and other features over time.

Bus Pirate support is pretty much dead, but the hardware can make a handy little gadget for odd little mikroC projects.

This code works with free version of dsPIC compiler, but I would expect the next version to exceed the demo limit and require full licence.

06 November 2018 Bug fix and added option for repeat messages


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