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TV Mode:
Decoded NEC(1): Value:20DF00FF Adrs:0 (32 bits)
Raw samples(68): Gap:5484
  Head: m8800  s4500
 0:m550 s600     1:m500 s600            2:m500 s1700     3:m550 s550         
 4:m550 s600     5:m500 s600            6:m500 s600      7:m550 s550         
 8:m500 s1700    9:m550 s1700          10:m500 s600     11:m550 s1650         
12:m550 s1700    13:m550 s1650         14:m550 s1650    15:m550 s1700         

16:m500 s600     17:m500 s600          18:m500 s600     19:m550 s550         
20:m550 s600     21:m500 s600          22:m500 s600     23:m500 s600         
24:m550 s1650    25:m550 s1700         26:m550 s1650    27:m550 s1650         
28:m550 s1700    29:m550 s1650         30:m550 s1650    31:m550 s1700         

Mark  min:500     max:550
Space min:550     max:1700

CBL Mode:

Decoded RC6(4): Value:2758 Adrs:0 (20 bits) 
Raw samples(36): Gap:43150
  Head: m2600  s900
 0:m350 s900     1:m400 s500          2:m400 s450     3:m400 s900         
 4:m850 s450     5:m400 s500          6:m800 s900     7:m400 s450         
 8:m800 s500     9:m350 s450         10:m400 s900    11:m800 s900         
12:m800 s450    13:m400 s900         14:m400 s450    15:m400 s450         

Mark  min:350     max:850
Space min:450     max:900 

DVD Mode:

AUX Mode:
Decoded Sony(2): Value:6727 Adrs:0 (15 bits)
Raw samples(32): Gap:7990 

Decoded Unknown(0): Value:0 Adrs:0 (0 bits)
Raw samples(14): Gap:450 

Decoded Unknown(0): Value:0 Adrs:0 (0 bits)
Raw samples(30): Gap:100

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