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re-recognition of device sending signals
Hi all,

I'm looking for the possibility to recognize the same device in my 433 MHz environment when sending some information.

In detail this device is "Eolis Somfy RTS" described here:

I've seen that the protocol has been mostly decoded.

But what I'm interested in is not the content, but to recognize if this device was actively sending or not. For that I've been recording what's in my 433 MHz environment (a lot of noise...) for 2-3 seconds - attached record.txt (pilight-raw -L > record.txt) and manually initiated that the sensor is giving signals to it's receiver (simulating hard wind, which closes the sunblind...)

I've started a second - comparing recording - attached as record2.txt

I've tried to understand all that stuff about pulse length and others (mainly with this very nice written description: manual.pilight.org/protocols/433.92/weather/conrad.html) but I'm a little bit confused, since no data of the recorded looks like in that sample...

Edit1 // I've started to analyse those two recordings - the files with *_a.txt contain a number in front of each row, which shows up the number of words in the following line without "433gpio: ", "-#" and "0".

 2 433gpio: 459 13402 -# 0
has 2 real values.... maybe helpful

Maybe you see more....

P.S.: The noise should most probably be data sent by ELV WS2500 - while this protocol has been also decoded and written down here http://www.dc3yc.privat.t-online.de/protocol.htm - but that's another topic...

Attached Files
.txt   record.txt (Size: 59.54 KB / Downloads: 3)
.txt   record2.txt (Size: 92.84 KB / Downloads: 2)
.txt   record_a.txt (Size: 59.65 KB / Downloads: 1)
.txt   record2_a.txt (Size: 92.93 KB / Downloads: 1)
Looks like I don't get the details of Eolis Somfy RTS (Google translator (German into English translation) of the page you mentioned makes it a  nightmarish read). From what I found in the manual, you need to make sure there're enough differences in the values. I thought the sensor does not support humidity measurements though. Here's the old thread - forum.pilight.org/showthread.php?tid=3518
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