IRremote
Receiving IR data for multiple protocols

Functions

const char * getProtocolString (decode_type_t aProtocol)
 
void printIRResultShort (Print *aSerial, IRData *aIRDataPtr, bool aPrintRepeatGap)
 Function to print decoded result and flags in one line. More...
 
uint8_t bitreverseOneByte (uint8_t aValue)
 
uint32_t bitreverse32Bit (uint32_t aInput)
 
void IRReceiveTimerInterruptHandler ()
 
bool matchTicks (uint16_t aMeasuredTicks, uint16_t aMatchValueMicros)
 Match function without compensating for marks exceeded or spaces shortened by demodulator hardware Currently not used. More...
 
bool MATCH (uint16_t measured_ticks, uint16_t desired_us)
 
bool matchMark (uint16_t aMeasuredTicks, uint16_t aMatchValueMicros)
 Compensate for marks exceeded by demodulator hardware. More...
 
bool MATCH_MARK (uint16_t measured_ticks, uint16_t desired_us)
 
bool matchSpace (uint16_t aMeasuredTicks, uint16_t aMatchValueMicros)
 Compensate for spaces shortened by demodulator hardware. More...
 
bool MATCH_SPACE (uint16_t measured_ticks, uint16_t desired_us)
 
int getMarkExcessMicros ()
 Getter function for MARK_EXCESS_MICROS. More...
 
void printActiveIRProtocols (Print *aSerial)
 
 IRrecv::IRrecv ()
 Instantiate the IRrecv class. More...
 
 IRrecv::IRrecv (uint_fast8_t aReceivePin)
 
 IRrecv::IRrecv (uint_fast8_t aReceivePin, uint_fast8_t aFeedbackLEDPin)
 Instantiate the IRrecv class. More...
 
void IRrecv::begin (uint_fast8_t aReceivePin, bool aEnableLEDFeedback=false, uint_fast8_t aFeedbackLEDPin=USE_DEFAULT_FEEDBACK_LED_PIN)
 Initializes the receive and feedback pin. More...
 
void IRrecv::setReceivePin (uint_fast8_t aReceivePinNumber)
 Sets / changes the receiver pin number. More...
 
void IRrecv::registerReceiveCompleteCallback (void(*aReceiveCompleteCallbackFunction)(void))
 Sets the function to call if a protocol message has arrived. More...
 
void IRrecv::start ()
 Start the receiving process. More...
 
void IRrecv::enableIRIn ()
 Alias for start(). More...
 
void IRrecv::start (uint32_t aMicrosecondsToAddToGapCounter)
 Configures the timer and the state machine for IR reception. More...
 
void IRrecv::startWithTicksToAdd (uint16_t aTicksToAddToGapCounter)
 
void IRrecv::addTicksToInternalTickCounter (uint16_t aTicksToAddToInternalTickCounter)
 
void IRrecv::addMicrosToInternalTickCounter (uint16_t aMicrosecondsToAddToInternalTickCounter)
 
void IRrecv::restartAfterSend ()
 Restarts receiver after send. More...
 
void IRrecv::stop ()
 Disables the timer for IR reception. More...
 
void IRrecv::disableIRIn ()
 Alias for stop(). More...
 
void IRrecv::end ()
 Alias for stop(). More...
 
bool IRrecv::isIdle ()
 Returns status of reception. More...
 
void IRrecv::resume ()
 Restart the ISR (Interrupt Service Routine) state machine, to enable receiving of the next IR frame. More...
 
void IRrecv::initDecodedIRData ()
 Is internally called by decode before calling decoders. More...
 
bool IRrecv::available ()
 Returns true if IR receiver data is available. More...
 
IRDataIRrecv::read ()
 If IR receiver data is available, returns pointer to IrReceiver.decodedIRData, else NULL. More...
 
bool IRrecv::decode ()
 The main decode function, attempts to decode the recently receive IR signal. More...
 
bool IRrecv::decodePulseDistanceWidthData (uint_fast8_t aNumberOfBits, uint_fast8_t aStartOffset, uint16_t aOneMarkMicros, uint16_t aZeroMarkMicros, uint16_t aOneSpaceMicros, uint16_t aZeroSpaceMicros, bool aMSBfirst)
 Decode pulse distance width protocols. More...
 
bool IRrecv::decodePulseDistanceWidthData (PulseDistanceWidthProtocolConstants *aProtocolConstants, uint_fast8_t aNumberOfBits, uint_fast8_t aStartOffset=3)
 Decode pulse distance protocols for PulseDistanceWidthProtocolConstants. More...
 
void IRrecv::initBiphaselevel (uint_fast8_t aRCDecodeRawbuffOffset, uint16_t aBiphaseTimeUnit)
 
uint_fast8_t IRrecv::getBiphaselevel ()
 Gets the level of one time interval (aBiphaseTimeUnit) at a time from the raw buffer. More...
 
bool IRrecv::checkHeader (PulseDistanceWidthProtocolConstants *aProtocolConstants)
 
void IRrecv::checkForRepeatSpaceTicksAndSetFlag (uint16_t aMaximumRepeatSpaceTicks)
 
bool IRrecv::checkForRecordGapsMicros (Print *aSerial)
 
static void IRrecv::printActiveIRProtocols (Print *aSerial)
 
bool IRrecv::printIRResultShort (Print *aSerial, bool aPrintRepeatGap=true, bool aCheckForRecordGapsMicros=true)
 Function to print values and flags of IrReceiver.decodedIRData in one line. More...
 
void IRrecv::printDistanceWidthTimingInfo (Print *aSerial, DistanceWidthTimingInfoStruct *aDistanceWidthTimingInfo)
 
uint32_t IRrecv::getTotalDurationOfRawData ()
 
void IRrecv::printIRSendUsage (Print *aSerial)
 Function to print values and flags of IrReceiver.decodedIRData in one line. More...
 
void IRrecv::printIRResultMinimal (Print *aSerial)
 Function to print protocol number, address, command, raw data and repeat flag of IrReceiver.decodedIRData in one short line. More...
 
void IRrecv::printIRResultRawFormatted (Print *aSerial, bool aOutputMicrosecondsInsteadOfTicks=true)
 Dump out the timings in IrReceiver.decodedIRData.rawDataPtr->rawbuf[] array 8 values per line. More...
 
void IRrecv::compensateAndPrintIRResultAsCArray (Print *aSerial, bool aOutputMicrosecondsInsteadOfTicks=true)
 Dump out the IrReceiver.decodedIRData.rawDataPtr->rawbuf[] to be used as C definition for sendRaw(). More...
 
void IRrecv::compensateAndStoreIRResultInArray (uint8_t *aArrayPtr)
 Store the decodedIRData to be used for sendRaw(). More...
 
void IRrecv::printIRResultAsCVariables (Print *aSerial)
 Print results as C variables to be used for sendXXX() More...
 
const char * IRrecv::getProtocolString ()
 
bool IRrecv::decode_old (decode_results *aResults)
 

Variables

const char string_Unknown[] PROGMEM = "UNKNOWN"
 
IRrecv IrReceiver
 The receiver instance. More...
 
struct irparams_struct irparams
 
uint_fast8_t sBiphaseDecodeRawbuffOffset
 
uint16_t sBiphaseCurrentTimingIntervals
 
uint_fast8_t sBiphaseUsedTimingIntervals
 
uint16_t sBiphaseTimeUnit
 

Detailed Description

Function Documentation

◆ IRrecv() [1/3]

IRrecv::IRrecv ( )

Instantiate the IRrecv class.

Multiple instantiation is not supported.

Parameters
IRReceivePinArduino pin to use. No sanity check is made.

Definition at line 75 of file IRReceive.hpp.

◆ IRrecv() [2/3]

IRrecv::IRrecv ( uint_fast8_t  aReceivePin)

Definition at line 83 of file IRReceive.hpp.

◆ IRrecv() [3/3]

IRrecv::IRrecv ( uint_fast8_t  aReceivePin,
uint_fast8_t  aFeedbackLEDPin 
)

Instantiate the IRrecv class.

Multiple instantiation is not supported.

Parameters
aReceivePinArduino pin to use, where a demodulating IR receiver is connected.
aFeedbackLEDPinif 0, then take board specific FEEDBACK_LED_ON() and FEEDBACK_LED_OFF() functions

Definition at line 96 of file IRReceive.hpp.

◆ addMicrosToInternalTickCounter()

void IRrecv::addMicrosToInternalTickCounter ( uint16_t  aMicrosecondsToAddToInternalTickCounter)

Definition at line 370 of file IRReceive.hpp.

◆ addTicksToInternalTickCounter()

void IRrecv::addTicksToInternalTickCounter ( uint16_t  aTicksToAddToInternalTickCounter)

Definition at line 366 of file IRReceive.hpp.

◆ available()

bool IRrecv::available ( )

Returns true if IR receiver data is available.

Definition at line 452 of file IRReceive.hpp.

◆ begin()

void IRrecv::begin ( uint_fast8_t  aReceivePin,
bool  aEnableLEDFeedback = false,
uint_fast8_t  aFeedbackLEDPin = USE_DEFAULT_FEEDBACK_LED_PIN 
)

Initializes the receive and feedback pin.

Parameters
aReceivePinThe Arduino pin number, where a demodulating IR receiver is connected.
aEnableLEDFeedbackif true / ENABLE_LED_FEEDBACK, then let the feedback led blink on receiving IR signal
aFeedbackLEDPinif 0 / USE_DEFAULT_FEEDBACK_LED_PIN, then take board specific FEEDBACK_LED_ON() and FEEDBACK_LED_OFF() functions

Definition at line 286 of file IRReceive.hpp.

◆ bitreverse32Bit()

uint32_t bitreverse32Bit ( uint32_t  aInput)

Definition at line 274 of file IRProtocol.hpp.

◆ bitreverseOneByte()

uint8_t bitreverseOneByte ( uint8_t  aValue)

Definition at line 261 of file IRProtocol.hpp.

◆ checkForRecordGapsMicros()

bool IRrecv::checkForRecordGapsMicros ( Print *  aSerial)

Definition at line 1111 of file IRReceive.hpp.

◆ checkForRepeatSpaceTicksAndSetFlag()

void IRrecv::checkForRepeatSpaceTicksAndSetFlag ( uint16_t  aMaximumRepeatSpaceTicks)

Definition at line 995 of file IRReceive.hpp.

◆ checkHeader()

bool IRrecv::checkHeader ( PulseDistanceWidthProtocolConstants aProtocolConstants)

Definition at line 971 of file IRReceive.hpp.

◆ compensateAndPrintIRResultAsCArray()

void IRrecv::compensateAndPrintIRResultAsCArray ( Print *  aSerial,
bool  aOutputMicrosecondsInsteadOfTicks = true 
)

Dump out the IrReceiver.decodedIRData.rawDataPtr->rawbuf[] to be used as C definition for sendRaw().

Compensate received values by MARK_EXCESS_MICROS, like it is done for decoding! Print ticks in 8 bit format to save space. Maximum is 255*50 microseconds = 12750 microseconds = 12.75 ms, which hardly ever occurs inside an IR sequence. Recording of IRremote anyway stops at a gap of RECORD_GAP_MICROS (5 ms).

Parameters
aSerialThe Print object on which to write, for Arduino you can use &Serial.
aOutputMicrosecondsInsteadOfTicksOutput the (rawbuf_values * MICROS_PER_TICK) for better readability.

Definition at line 1512 of file IRReceive.hpp.

◆ compensateAndStoreIRResultInArray()

void IRrecv::compensateAndStoreIRResultInArray ( uint8_t *  aArrayPtr)

Store the decodedIRData to be used for sendRaw().

Compensate received values by MARK_EXCESS_MICROS, like it is done for decoding and store it in an array provided.

Maximum for uint8_t is 255*50 microseconds = 12750 microseconds = 12.75 ms, which hardly ever occurs inside an IR sequence. Recording of IRremote anyway stops at a gap of RECORD_GAP_MICROS (5 ms).

Parameters
aArrayPtrAddress of an array provided by the caller.

Definition at line 1575 of file IRReceive.hpp.

◆ decode()

bool IRrecv::decode ( )

The main decode function, attempts to decode the recently receive IR signal.

The set of decoders used is determined by active definitions of the DECODE_<PROTOCOL> macros. Results of decoding are stored in IrReceiver.decodedIRData.* like e.g. IrReceiver.decodedIRData.command.

Returns
false if no IR receiver data available, true if data available.

Definition at line 476 of file IRReceive.hpp.

◆ decode_old()

bool IRrecv::decode_old ( decode_results aResults)

Definition at line 1654 of file IRReceive.hpp.

◆ decodePulseDistanceWidthData() [1/2]

bool IRrecv::decodePulseDistanceWidthData ( PulseDistanceWidthProtocolConstants aProtocolConstants,
uint_fast8_t  aNumberOfBits,
uint_fast8_t  aStartOffset = 3 
)

Decode pulse distance protocols for PulseDistanceWidthProtocolConstants.

Returns
true if decoding was successful

Definition at line 796 of file IRReceive.hpp.

◆ decodePulseDistanceWidthData() [2/2]

bool IRrecv::decodePulseDistanceWidthData ( uint_fast8_t  aNumberOfBits,
uint_fast8_t  aStartOffset,
uint16_t  aOneMarkMicros,
uint16_t  aZeroMarkMicros,
uint16_t  aOneSpaceMicros,
uint16_t  aZeroSpaceMicros,
bool  aMSBfirst 
)

Decode pulse distance width protocols.

We can have the following protocol timings Pulse distance: Pulses/marks are constant, pause/spaces have different length, like NEC. Pulse width: Pulses/marks have different length, pause/spaces are constant, like Sony. Pulse distance width: Pulses/marks and pause/spaces have different length, often the bit length is constant, like MagiQuest. Pulse distance width can be decoded like pulse width decoder, if this decoder does not check the length of pause/spaces.

Input is IrReceiver.decodedIRData.rawDataPtr->rawbuf[] Output is IrReceiver.decodedIRData.decodedRawData

Assume pulse distance if aOneMarkMicros == aZeroMarkMicros

Parameters
aNumberOfBitsNumber of bits to decode from decodedIRData.rawDataPtr->rawbuf[] array.
aStartOffsetOffset in decodedIRData.rawDataPtr->rawbuf[] to start decoding. Must point to a mark.
aOneMarkMicrosTaken as constant BitMarkMicros for pulse distance.
aZeroMarkMicrosNot required if DECODE_STRICT_CHECKS is not defined.
aOneSpaceMicrosTaken as (constant) BitSpaceMicros for pulse width.
aZeroSpaceMicrosNot required if DECODE_STRICT_CHECKS is not defined.
aMSBfirstIf true send Most Significant Bit first, else send Least Significant Bit (lowest bit) first.
Returns
true If decoding was successful

Definition at line 654 of file IRReceive.hpp.

◆ disableIRIn()

void IRrecv::disableIRIn ( )

Alias for stop().

Definition at line 391 of file IRReceive.hpp.

◆ enableIRIn()

void IRrecv::enableIRIn ( )

Alias for start().

Definition at line 348 of file IRReceive.hpp.

◆ end()

void IRrecv::end ( )

Alias for stop().

Definition at line 397 of file IRReceive.hpp.

◆ getBiphaselevel()

uint_fast8_t IRrecv::getBiphaselevel ( )

Gets the level of one time interval (aBiphaseTimeUnit) at a time from the raw buffer.

The RC5/6 decoding is easier if the data is broken into time intervals. E.g. if the buffer has mark for 2 time intervals and space for 1, successive calls to getBiphaselevel will return 1, 1, 0.

          _   _   _   _   _   _   _   _   _   _   _   _   _
    _____| |_| |_| |_| |_| |_| |_| |_| |_| |_| |_| |_| |_| |
           ^   ^   ^   ^   ^   ^   ^   ^   ^   ^   ^   ^   ^    Significant clock edge
          _     _   _   ___   _     ___     ___   _   - Mark

Data _____| |___| |_| |_| |_| |___| |___| |_| | - Data starts with a mark->space bit 1 0 0 0 1 1 0 1 0 1 1 - Space A mark to space at a significant clock edge results in a 1 A space to mark at a significant clock edge results in a 0 (for RC6) Returns current level [MARK or SPACE] or -1 for error (measured time interval is not a multiple of sBiphaseTimeUnit).

Definition at line 834 of file IRReceive.hpp.

◆ getMarkExcessMicros()

int getMarkExcessMicros ( )

Getter function for MARK_EXCESS_MICROS.

Definition at line 1102 of file IRReceive.hpp.

◆ getProtocolString() [1/2]

const char * IRrecv::getProtocolString ( )

Definition at line 1641 of file IRReceive.hpp.

◆ getProtocolString() [2/2]

const char* getProtocolString ( decode_type_t  aProtocol)

Definition at line 96 of file IRProtocol.hpp.

◆ getTotalDurationOfRawData()

uint32_t IRrecv::getTotalDurationOfRawData ( )

Definition at line 1235 of file IRReceive.hpp.

◆ initBiphaselevel()

void IRrecv::initBiphaselevel ( uint_fast8_t  aRCDecodeRawbuffOffset,
uint16_t  aBiphaseTimeUnit 
)

Definition at line 812 of file IRReceive.hpp.

◆ initDecodedIRData()

void IRrecv::initDecodedIRData ( )

Is internally called by decode before calling decoders.

Must be used to setup data, if you call decoders manually.

Definition at line 424 of file IRReceive.hpp.

◆ IRReceiveTimerInterruptHandler()

void IRReceiveTimerInterruptHandler ( )

Definition at line 127 of file IRReceive.hpp.

◆ isIdle()

bool IRrecv::isIdle ( )

Returns status of reception.

Returns
true if no reception is on-going.

Definition at line 405 of file IRReceive.hpp.

◆ MATCH()

bool MATCH ( uint16_t  measured_ticks,
uint16_t  desired_us 
)

Definition at line 1029 of file IRReceive.hpp.

◆ MATCH_MARK()

bool MATCH_MARK ( uint16_t  measured_ticks,
uint16_t  desired_us 
)

Definition at line 1062 of file IRReceive.hpp.

◆ MATCH_SPACE()

bool MATCH_SPACE ( uint16_t  measured_ticks,
uint16_t  desired_us 
)

Definition at line 1095 of file IRReceive.hpp.

◆ matchMark()

bool matchMark ( uint16_t  aMeasuredTicks,
uint16_t  aMatchValueMicros 
)

Compensate for marks exceeded by demodulator hardware.

Definition at line 1036 of file IRReceive.hpp.

◆ matchSpace()

bool matchSpace ( uint16_t  aMeasuredTicks,
uint16_t  aMatchValueMicros 
)

Compensate for spaces shortened by demodulator hardware.

Definition at line 1069 of file IRReceive.hpp.

◆ matchTicks()

bool matchTicks ( uint16_t  aMeasuredTicks,
uint16_t  aMatchValueMicros 
)

Match function without compensating for marks exceeded or spaces shortened by demodulator hardware Currently not used.

Definition at line 1009 of file IRReceive.hpp.

◆ printActiveIRProtocols() [1/2]

void IRrecv::printActiveIRProtocols ( Print *  aSerial)
static

Definition at line 1136 of file IRReceive.hpp.

◆ printActiveIRProtocols() [2/2]

void printActiveIRProtocols ( Print *  aSerial)

Definition at line 1140 of file IRReceive.hpp.

◆ printDistanceWidthTimingInfo()

void IRrecv::printDistanceWidthTimingInfo ( Print *  aSerial,
DistanceWidthTimingInfoStruct aDistanceWidthTimingInfo 
)

Definition at line 1221 of file IRReceive.hpp.

◆ printIRResultAsCVariables()

void IRrecv::printIRResultAsCVariables ( Print *  aSerial)

Print results as C variables to be used for sendXXX()

Parameters
aSerialThe Print object on which to write, for Arduino you can use &Serial.

Definition at line 1602 of file IRReceive.hpp.

◆ printIRResultMinimal()

void IRrecv::printIRResultMinimal ( Print *  aSerial)

Function to print protocol number, address, command, raw data and repeat flag of IrReceiver.decodedIRData in one short line.

Does not print a Newline / does not end with println().

Parameters
aSerialThe Print object on which to write, for Arduino you can use &Serial.

Definition at line 1369 of file IRReceive.hpp.

◆ printIRResultRawFormatted()

void IRrecv::printIRResultRawFormatted ( Print *  aSerial,
bool  aOutputMicrosecondsInsteadOfTicks = true 
)

Dump out the timings in IrReceiver.decodedIRData.rawDataPtr->rawbuf[] array 8 values per line.

Parameters
aSerialThe Print object on which to write, for Arduino you can use &Serial.
aOutputMicrosecondsInsteadOfTicksOutput the (rawbuf_values * MICROS_PER_TICK) for better readability.

Definition at line 1413 of file IRReceive.hpp.

◆ printIRResultShort() [1/2]

bool IRrecv::printIRResultShort ( Print *  aSerial,
bool  aPrintRepeatGap = true,
bool  aCheckForRecordGapsMicros = true 
)

Function to print values and flags of IrReceiver.decodedIRData in one line.

Ends with println().

Parameters
aSerialThe Print object on which to write, for Arduino you can use &Serial.
aPrintRepeatGapIf true also print the gap before repeats.
aCheckForRecordGapsMicrosIf true, call CheckForRecordGapsMicros() which may do a long printout, which in turn may block the proper detection of repeats.*
Returns
true, if CheckForRecordGapsMicros() has printed a message, i.e. gap < 15ms (RECORD_GAP_MICROS_WARNING_THRESHOLD).

Definition at line 1212 of file IRReceive.hpp.

◆ printIRResultShort() [2/2]

void printIRResultShort ( Print *  aSerial,
IRData aIRDataPtr,
bool  aPrintRepeatGap 
)

Function to print decoded result and flags in one line.

A static function to be able to print data to send or copied received data. Ends with println().

Parameters
aSerialThe Print object on which to write, for Arduino you can use &Serial.
aIRDataPtrPointer to the data to be printed.
aPrintRepeatGapIf true also print the gap before repeats.

Definition at line 162 of file IRProtocol.hpp.

◆ printIRSendUsage()

void IRrecv::printIRSendUsage ( Print *  aSerial)

Function to print values and flags of IrReceiver.decodedIRData in one line.

Ends with println().

Parameters
aSerialThe Print object on which to write, for Arduino you can use &Serial.

Definition at line 1249 of file IRReceive.hpp.

◆ read()

IRData * IRrecv::read ( )

If IR receiver data is available, returns pointer to IrReceiver.decodedIRData, else NULL.

Definition at line 459 of file IRReceive.hpp.

◆ registerReceiveCompleteCallback()

void IRrecv::registerReceiveCompleteCallback ( void(*)(void)  aReceiveCompleteCallbackFunction)

Sets the function to call if a protocol message has arrived.

Definition at line 322 of file IRReceive.hpp.

◆ restartAfterSend()

void IRrecv::restartAfterSend ( )

Restarts receiver after send.

Is a NOP if sending does not require a timer.

Definition at line 376 of file IRReceive.hpp.

◆ resume()

void IRrecv::resume ( )

Restart the ISR (Interrupt Service Routine) state machine, to enable receiving of the next IR frame.

Counting of gap timing is independent of StateForISR and therefore independent of call time of resume().

Definition at line 413 of file IRReceive.hpp.

◆ setReceivePin()

void IRrecv::setReceivePin ( uint_fast8_t  aReceivePinNumber)

Sets / changes the receiver pin number.

Definition at line 309 of file IRReceive.hpp.

◆ start() [1/2]

void IRrecv::start ( )

Start the receiving process.

This configures the timer and the state machine for IR reception and enables the receive sample timer interrupt which consumes a small amount of CPU every 50 us.

Definition at line 331 of file IRReceive.hpp.

◆ start() [2/2]

void IRrecv::start ( uint32_t  aMicrosecondsToAddToGapCounter)

Configures the timer and the state machine for IR reception.

The tick counter value is already at 100 when decode() gets true, because of the 5000 us minimal gap defined in RECORD_GAP_MICROS.

Parameters
aMicrosecondsToAddToGapCounterTo compensate for the amount of microseconds the timer was stopped / disabled.

Definition at line 357 of file IRReceive.hpp.

◆ startWithTicksToAdd()

void IRrecv::startWithTicksToAdd ( uint16_t  aTicksToAddToGapCounter)

Definition at line 361 of file IRReceive.hpp.

◆ stop()

void IRrecv::stop ( )

Disables the timer for IR reception.

Definition at line 385 of file IRReceive.hpp.

Variable Documentation

◆ irparams

struct irparams_struct irparams

Definition at line 64 of file IRReceive.hpp.

◆ IrReceiver

IRrecv IrReceiver

The receiver instance.

Definition at line 64 of file IRReceive.hpp.

◆ PROGMEM

const char* const ProtocolNames [] PROGMEM = "UNKNOWN"

Definition at line 46 of file IRProtocol.hpp.

◆ sBiphaseCurrentTimingIntervals

uint16_t sBiphaseCurrentTimingIntervals

Definition at line 808 of file IRReceive.hpp.

◆ sBiphaseDecodeRawbuffOffset

uint_fast8_t sBiphaseDecodeRawbuffOffset

Definition at line 807 of file IRReceive.hpp.

◆ sBiphaseTimeUnit

uint16_t sBiphaseTimeUnit

Definition at line 810 of file IRReceive.hpp.

◆ sBiphaseUsedTimingIntervals

uint_fast8_t sBiphaseUsedTimingIntervals

Definition at line 809 of file IRReceive.hpp.