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Romeo
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Send custom packet

#1 Post by Romeo » 15 Mar 2017, 15:22

Hi,

Just a suggestion.
Is it possible to send a custom raw packet on air in a next release ?
I know the right sentence I have to send for a specific device (protocol not known, not supported), but I'm not able to put it on air via rflink. I have not control or method to manage my trx433 on the rflink board.
I must use another rf433 for it on a second board or raspberry.

Via rflink, it should be for example.

10;TxCustomPacket=h200,l400,l400,h200.....;
h high pulse
l low pulse
and length

or save the sentence in epprom
and call it
10;TxCustomPacket=#1;


or something similar

Thanks in advance.

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Re: Send custom packet

#2 Post by Stuntteam » 15 Mar 2017, 16:47

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Re: Send custom packet

#3 Post by Romeo » 16 Mar 2017, 07:12

Did you received my reply by email ?

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Re: Send custom packet

#4 Post by Romeo » 19 Dec 2017, 13:53

Hello,

Maybe, another way should be to have a "Auto Learn Mode" for any raw data packet.
I know there is already the "RfFind" feature, but available only for a couple of protocol known.
The idea should be to grab the raw data packets regardless of the protocol.
Something like 10;AutoLearn=on
Push a button on the remote control.
RFlink should display the packet like RFDebug feature
We could store this packet with ID# and afterwards could replay this packet.

Easy to say as suggestion, but how to do it ?

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Re: Send custom packet

#5 Post by billyjackson » 10 May 2018, 21:37

As far as I know - this is almost impossible to do. You you have already found the solution?
I really like this site

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