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Lite-On Airboard IR Keyboard decoder

 
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ratgod



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Lite-On Airboard IR Keyboard decoder
PostPosted: Thu Nov 30, 2006 8:58 pm     Reply with quote

I was given a Lite-On Airboard Wireless Keyboard (IR). but it had no receiver.

I built a pic small circuit (PIC18F252,10MHz XTAL,RS232) and I put an IR module which i removed from a DVD player on to pin C0 of my PIC.
after lots of fiddling I have come up with this peice of code that works.

I got the numbers 1-0 all to display on the LCD and the raw codes get sent to the RS232 for me to get the key code.

Code:
#use rs232(baud=1200,xmit=pin_c1,rcv=pin_c0,stream=ir)
#use rs232(baud=9600,parity=N,xmit=PIN_C6,rcv=PIN_C7,bits=8,stream=tty)

 while(true)
  {
   a=fgetc(ir);
   if (0xff!=a)
   {
     b=fgetc(ir); c=fgetc(ir); d=fgetc(ir);
     e=fgetc(ir); f=fgetc(ir);
     switch(a)
     {
       case 0xd1 :
           {
             printf(lcd_putc,"1");
             break;
           }
       case 0xd0 :
           {
             printf(lcd_putc,"2");
             break;
           }

// this continues for all the number keys
// removed for forum posting

       default:
           {;}
     }
     fprintf(tty,"[%c,%c,%c,%c,%c,%c]",a,b,c,d,e,f);
   }
   delay_us(100);
  }



I want to do the entire keyboard and eventually move it to a PIC18F4550 and turn it into a USB keyboard interface.

So far I only did 10 keys and the C is getting to be very long. I'm still new to C programming so this is the best way I can reference which key makes which character on the screen.

If anyone has any more efficient way of doing this then I would be glad to hear it.
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PostPosted: Thu Nov 30, 2006 9:18 pm     Reply with quote

If you are wondering, the LCD is a 20x4 LCD with backlight.
the driver I used for the LCD is in this thread ->http://www.ccsinfo.com/forum/viewtopic.php?t=28268
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PostPosted: Wed Dec 06, 2006 11:21 pm     Reply with quote

Update:

I've now mapped all alpha-numeric keys, Space, Enter, Home and Caps lock. Ive also optimised it to notice the end of a packet. 0xA5 appears to be the end byte.

Code:

    while(0xa5!=b) // loop till end marker.
     {
     b=fgetc(ir);
     }

     switch(a)
     {
       case 0xd1 : {if (0==capslock) printf(lcd_putc,"1");else printf(lcd_putc,"!");break;}
       case 0xd0 : {if (0==capslock) printf(lcd_putc,"2");else printf(lcd_putc,"@");break;}
       case 0xd7 : {if (0==capslock) printf(lcd_putc,"3");else printf(lcd_putc,"#");break;}
       case 0xd6 : {if (0==capslock) printf(lcd_putc,"4");else printf(lcd_putc,"$");break;}
       case 0xd5 : {if (0==capslock) printf(lcd_putc,"5");else printf(lcd_putc,"%%");break;}
       case 0xd4 : {if (0==capslock) printf(lcd_putc,"6");else printf(lcd_putc,"^");break;}
       case 0xdb : {if (0==capslock) printf(lcd_putc,"7");else printf(lcd_putc,"&");break;}
       case 0xda : {if (0==capslock) printf(lcd_putc,"8");else printf(lcd_putc,"*");break;}
       case 0xd9 : {if (0==capslock) printf(lcd_putc,"9");else printf(lcd_putc,"(");break;}
       case 0xd8 : {if (0==capslock) printf(lcd_putc,"0");else printf(lcd_putc,")");break;}
       case 0xf8 : {printf(lcd_putc,"\n");break;} //enter
       case 0x83 : {lcd_gotoxy(0,0); break;} //home
       case 0xc2 : {if (1==capslock) printf(lcd_putc,"Q");else printf(lcd_putc,"q");break;}
       case 0xc1 : {if (1==capslock) printf(lcd_putc,"W");else printf(lcd_putc,"w");break;}
       case 0xc0 : {if (1==capslock) printf(lcd_putc,"E");else printf(lcd_putc,"e");break;}
       case 0xc7 : {if (1==capslock) printf(lcd_putc,"R");else printf(lcd_putc,"r");break;}
       case 0xc6 : {if (1==capslock) printf(lcd_putc,"T");else printf(lcd_putc,"t");break;}
       case 0xc5 : {if (1==capslock) printf(lcd_putc,"Y");else printf(lcd_putc,"y");break;}
       case 0xc4 : {if (1==capslock) printf(lcd_putc,"U");else printf(lcd_putc,"u");break;}
       case 0xcb : {if (1==capslock) printf(lcd_putc,"I");else printf(lcd_putc,"i");break;}
       case 0xca : {if (1==capslock) printf(lcd_putc,"O");else printf(lcd_putc,"o");break;}
       case 0xc9 : {if (1==capslock) printf(lcd_putc,"P");else printf(lcd_putc,"p");break;}
       case 0xcc : {if (1==capslock) printf(lcd_putc,"A");else printf(lcd_putc,"a");break;}
       case 0xf3 : {if (1==capslock) printf(lcd_putc,"S");else printf(lcd_putc,"s");break;}
       case 0xf2 : {if (1==capslock) printf(lcd_putc,"D");else printf(lcd_putc,"d");break;}
       case 0xf1 : {if (1==capslock) printf(lcd_putc,"F");else printf(lcd_putc,"f");break;}
       case 0xf0 : {if (1==capslock) printf(lcd_putc,"G");else printf(lcd_putc,"g");break;}
       case 0xf7 : {if (1==capslock) printf(lcd_putc,"H");else printf(lcd_putc,"h");break;}
       case 0xf6 : {if (1==capslock) printf(lcd_putc,"J");else printf(lcd_putc,"j");break;}
       case 0xf5 : {if (1==capslock) printf(lcd_putc,"K");else printf(lcd_putc,"k");break;}
       case 0xf4 : {if (1==capslock) printf(lcd_putc,"L");else printf(lcd_putc,"l");break;}
       case 0xfd : {if (1==capslock) printf(lcd_putc,"Z");else printf(lcd_putc,"z");break;}
       case 0xfc : {if (1==capslock) printf(lcd_putc,"X");else printf(lcd_putc,"x");break;}
       case 0xe3 : {if (1==capslock) printf(lcd_putc,"C");else printf(lcd_putc,"c");break;}
       case 0xe2 : {if (1==capslock) printf(lcd_putc,"V");else printf(lcd_putc,"v");break;}
       case 0xe1 : {if (1==capslock) printf(lcd_putc,"B");else printf(lcd_putc,"b");break;}
       case 0xe0 : {if (1==capslock) printf(lcd_putc,"N");else printf(lcd_putc,"n");break;}
       case 0xe7 : {if (1==capslock) printf(lcd_putc,"M");else printf(lcd_putc,"m");break;}
       case 0xee : {printf(lcd_putc," "); break;} //space
       case 0xe6 : {if (0==capslock) printf(lcd_putc,",");else printf(lcd_putc,"<");break;}
       case 0xe5 : {if (0==capslock) printf(lcd_putc,".");else printf(lcd_putc,">");break;}
       case 0xc3 : {printf(lcd_putc,"    "); break;} //tab (im using 4 space)
       case 0xc8 : {if (0==capslock) printf(lcd_putc,"[");else printf(lcd_putc,"{");break;}
       case 0xcf : {if (0==capslock) printf(lcd_putc,"]");else printf(lcd_putc,"}");break;}
       case 0xec : {printf(lcd_putc,"\f "); lcd_gotoxy(0,0); break;} //display (special key) (im using it to clear LCD)

       case 0xcd : {if (1==capslock) capslock=0;
                    else capslock=1;
                    break;} //caps lock


The caps lock part actually acts like a shift lock. it gives uppercase letter when its on and the symbol above the numbers also.

The keys I noticed give a press code (which repeats every second if held) then a release code. Im going to map the press code for the shift to set a variable then to unset it upon receiving the release key (or possible the absence of a press signal after a period incase the ir misses the release signal).

I'm also working on get the USB keyboard and mouse demo to be built using a PIC18F4550 so I can use it as a basis to move this project to and have a wireless keyboard/mouse.
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