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Relation between raw-output and pulse length
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pilight uses pulse change interrupts so indeed, the low-to-high is the same as the high-to-low.

The footer is the last long pulse. Take this example of Conrad RSL:
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1180 590 590 1180 1180 590 1180 590 1180 590 590 1180 590 1180 1180 590 1180 590 590 1180 1180 590 590 1180 590 1180 590 1180 590 1180 590 1180 1180 590 1180 590 1180 590 1180 590 590 1180 590 1180 590 1180 590 1180 590 1180 590 1180 1180 590 590 1180 590 1180 1180 590 590 1180 1180 590 590 6785
You can clearly see the footer as a long distinct pulse around 6785. So the pulse length of this protocol is around 200.

The pulses are the actual time difference between a low-to-high or a high-to-low.
 
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RE: Relation between raw-output and pulse length - by curlymo - 11-28-2013, 11:55 AM

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