01062015, 09:19 AM
@wo_rasp, you think my previous comment about footer / header doesn't apply here?
Oregon Protocol V2.1: THGR122NX

if((recvqueue>plslen >= ((double)plslengths>length5) && recvqueue>plslen <= ((double)plslengths>length+5)))
(01062015, 03:12 PM)curlymo Wrote: Let's not assume too quickly that pilight isn't tolerant enough.
433gpio: 929
433gpio: 918
433gpio: 1168
433gpio: 810
433gpio: 982
433gpio: 951
433gpio: 989
433gpio: 947
433gpio: 1004
433gpio: 972
433gpio: 996
433gpio: 950
433gpio: 997
433gpio: 945
433gpio: 998
433gpio: 953
433gpio: 995
433gpio: 967
433gpio: 987
433gpio: 966
433gpio: 990
433gpio: 971
433gpio: 978
433gpio: 983
433gpio: 965
433gpio: 968
433gpio: 994
433gpio: 984
433gpio: 976
433gpio: 965
433gpio: 980
433gpio: 969
433gpio: 980
433gpio: 509
433gpio: 454
433gpio: 1010
433gpio: 479
433gpio: 471
433gpio: 1018
433gpio: 467
433gpio: 476
433gpio: 1000
433gpio: 470
433gpio: 487
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(01062015, 03:38 PM)gismo2004 Wrote: ... below there is the initial sequence of a THGR122N sensor .....No it is not your receiver, everything looks fine, it looks like OREGON V2.1,
Code:433gpio: 929
[b]Start of preamble[/b]
433gpio: 918
433gpio: 1168
433gpio: 810
433gpio: 982
433gpio: 951
433gpio: 989
433gpio: 947
433gpio: 1004
433gpio: 972
433gpio: 996
433gpio: 950
433gpio: 997
433gpio: 945
433gpio: 998
433gpio: 953
433gpio: 995
433gpio: 967
433gpio: 987
433gpio: 966
433gpio: 990
433gpio: 971
433gpio: 978
433gpio: 983
433gpio: 965
433gpio: 968
433gpio: 994
433gpio: 984
433gpio: 976
433gpio: 965
433gpio: 980
433gpio: 969 0
433gpio: 980 1
[b]End of preamble
Start of SYNC[/b]
433gpio: 509
433gpio: 454 1
433gpio: 1010 0
433gpio: 479
433gpio: 471 0
433gpio: 1018 1
433gpio: 467
433gpio: 476 1
433gpio: 1000 0
433gpio: 470
433gpio: 487 0
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[b]The next value should be a logical 1, so i would expect:
433gpio: 1018 1[/b]
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if it is just my receiver, well than i'm fucked, but i don't think it's just me, because if you check the logs here : http://forum.pilight.org/ThreadOregonT...84#pid5284 you'll find nearly the same fluctuation!
cheers