IR Remote Control Extender Circuit (Mark 3)

Posted on Jan 10, 2013

IR appliances use pulses (control signals) sent over a modulated IR carrier wave. The carrier wave may be modulated at various frequencies, 36-38KHz being the most popular.Some Satellite receivers use even higher frequencies than this. The IR1 remote module receives an infra red signal and separates control pulses from the modulation. To re-transmit, a 555 timer is configured as an astable oscillator.

IR Remote Control Extender Circuit (Mark 3)
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