I am working on RemoTI development kit that includes rf universal
remote control,target module and cc debugger.I am unable to figure
1. how should i connect the target module to television if my
television does not have serial port?
2. How should i use spi/
uart/l2c/ir port on target module to achieve this task?
3. Do i have to connect the
module to television in A/V mode?
4. Is it possible to control the
devices using IR signals?
5. How many devices like TV,DVD player,SET TOP
BOX can be controlled simultaneously if i have only one target
6. Is it necessary to always have the target module connected to
the device intended for communication?
The RemoTI development kit is a development tool for integrating RF4CE capabilities into end equipments. You won't be able to connect the kit target module to e.g. a TV and control it with the RC. The TV manufacturer will do the integration of the target module. Each end equipment manufacturer will typically include on target module in each equipment e.g. TV, STB, DVD etc. The CC2530 is capable of IR signal generation.
The RemoTI development kit includes a tool called Target Emulator that basically simulates a TV, STB etc. You can pair the RC with the Target Emulator and observe the button presses on the Target Emulator.
Thanks a lot for providing answers to my queries, but it is mentioned in the user guide for this development kit that : target module can be connected to any A/V equipment with the help of SPI port provided on target module.
Is it possible to control PC with the remote controller if i connect target module to my PC?
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