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Command structure of the IR code

Format of the IR code
The following describes the specifics of IR codes and how IR code are built.

The IR code consists of 6 parts:

The last number in both part 5 and part 6 is always bigger than the rest. This is the idle time
needed by the device that receives the IR code before a new code can be sent.
A well designed IR code normally consists of 3 to 4 different numbers (Part 5 and 6). The numbers
can vary from 2 to 5, but you will quickly see a pattern.

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