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In electronicsa remote control or clicker [1] is an electronic device used Chantal Goya - Félix Le Chat operate another device from a distance, usually wirelessly. For example, in consumer electronicsa remote control can be used to operate devices such as a television setDVD player or other home appliance, from a short distance. A remote control is primarily a convenience feature for the user, and can allow operation of devices that are out of convenient reach for direct operation of controls.

In some cases, remote controls allow a person to operate a device that they otherwise would not be able to reach, as when a garage door opener is triggered from outside or when a Digital Light Processing projector that is mounted on a high ceiling is controlled by a person from the floor level.

Early television remote controls — used ultrasonic tones. Present-day remote controls are commonly consumer infrared devices which send digitally-coded pulses of infrared radiation to control functions such as power, volume, channels, playback, track Remote Control - CANE! - Lacks Interest! , heat, fan speed, or other features varying from device to device.

Remote controls for these devices are usually small wireless handheld objects with an array of buttons for adjusting various settings such as television channeltrack number, and volume. For many devices, the remote control contains all the function controls while the controlled device itself has only a handful of essential primary controls. The remote control code, and thus the required remote control device, is usually specific to a product line, but there are universal remoteswhich emulate the remote control made for most major brand devices.

Remote control in the s includes Bluetooth connectivity, motion sensor -enabled capabilities and voice control. Inthe first example of wirelessly controlling at a distance was during a demonstration by the British physicist Oliver Lodgein which he made use of a Branly's coherer to make a mirror galvanometer move a beam of light when an electromagnetic wave was artificially generated.

InJagadish Chandra Bose demonstrated radio waves by triggering a gun and sounding a bell using microwaves transmitted over a distance of 75 feet through intervening walls. Patent, named Method of an Apparatus for Controlling Mechanism of Moving Vehicle or Vehicleswhich he publicly demonstrated by radio-controlling a boat during an electrical exhibition at Madison Square Garden.

Tesla called his boat a "teleautomaton". InLeonardo Torres Quevedo presented the Telekino at the Paris Academy of Science, accompanied by a brief, and making an experimental demonstration. The Telekino consisted of a robot that executed commands transmitted by electromagnetic waves.

With the Telekino, Torres-Quevedo laid down modern wireless remote-control operation principles [7] and was a pioneer in the field of remote control. Inin the presence of the king and before a great crowd, Torres successfully demonstrated the invention in the port of Bilbaoguiding a boat from the shore.

Later, he would try to apply the Telekino to projectiles and torpedoes but had to abandon the project for lack of financing.

The first remote-controlled model airplane flew inand the use of remote control Remote Control - CANE! - Lacks Interest! for military purposes was worked intensively during the Second World Warone result of this being the German Wasserfall missile. Remote Control - CANE! - Lacks Interest! the late s, several radio manufacturers offered remote controls for some of their higher-end models.

Using pulse-count modulation, this also was the first digital wireless remote control. The first remote intended to control a television Changing My Tune - Brian Protheroe - Pinball developed by Zenith Radio Corporation in Rave The Reqviem - Remix The Reqviem The remote, called "Lazy Bones," [10] was connected to the television by a wire.

A wireless remote control, the "Flashmatic," [10] [11] was developed in by Eugene Polley. It worked by shining a beam of light onto one of four photoelectric cells[12] but the cell did not distinguish between light from the remote and light from other sources.

Later, the rapid decrease in price of transistors made possible cheaper electronic remotes that contained a piezoelectric crystal that was fed by an oscillating electric current at a frequency near or above the upper threshold of human hearingthough still audible to dogs.

The receiver contained a microphone attached to a circuit that was tuned to the same frequency. Some problems with this method were that the receiver could be triggered accidentally by naturally occurring noises or deliberately by metal against glass, for example, and some people could hear the lower ultrasonic harmonics.

This was widely adopted for color televisionreplacing motor-driven tuning controls. The impetus for a more complex type of television remote control came inwith the development of the Ceefax teletext service by the BBC.

This type of control did not Remote Control - CANE! - Lacks Interest! the needs Remote Control - CANE! - Lacks Interest! Teletext sets, where pages were identified with three-digit numbers. A remote control that selects Teletext pages would need buttons for each numeral from zero to nine, as well as other control functions, such as switching from text to picture, and the normal television controls of volume, channel, brightness, color intensity, etc.

Early Teletext sets used wired remote controls to select pages, but the continuous use of the remote control required for Teletext quickly indicated the need for a wireless device. So BBC engineers began talks with one or two television manufacturers, which led to early prototypes in around — that could control many more functions. Inthe most popular remote control was the Starcom Cable TV Converter [22] from Jerrold Electronicsa division of General Instrument [10] which used kHz sound to change channels.

Then, a Canadian company, Viewstar, Inc. The Viewstar converter was an immediate success, the millionth converter being sold on March 21,with 1. The Blab-off was a wired remote control created in that turned a TV's sound on or off so that viewers could avoid hearing commercials. The purpose of this company was to create a remote control that could operate multiple electronic devices. The advantage to this remote controller was that it could "learn" remote signals from different Remote Control - CANE!

- Lacks Interest!. It had the ability to perform specific or multiple functions at various times with its built-in clock. It was the first remote control that could be linked to a computer and loaded with updated software code as needed. The CORE unit never made a huge impact on the market. It was much too cumbersome for the average user to program, but it received rave reviews from those who could. This was one of the first computer-controlled learning remote controls on the market.

In the s, cars were increasingly sold with electronic remote control door locks. These remotes transmit a signal to the car which locks or unlocks the door locks or unlocks the trunk. An aftermarket device sold in some countries is the remote starter.

This Remote Control - CANE! - Lacks Interest! a car owner to remotely start their car. This feature is most associated with countries with winter climates, where users may wish to run the car for several minutes before they intend to use it, so that the car heater and defrost systems can remove ice and snow from the windows.

By the early s, the number of consumer electronic devices in most homes greatly increased, along with the number of remotes to control those devices. Several of these remotes may need to be used sequentially for some programs or services to work properly. However, as there are no accepted interface guidelines, the process is increasingly cumbersome. One solution used to reduce the number of remotes that have to be used is the universal remotea remote control which is programmed with the operation codes for most major brands of TVs, DVD players, etc.

In the early s, many smartphone manufacturers began incorporating infrared emitters into their devices, thereby enabling their use as universal remotes via an included or downloadable app. The main technology used in home remote controls is infrared IR light.

The signal between a remote control handset and the device it controls consists of pulses of infrared light, which is invisible to the human eye but can be seen through a digital camera, video camera or a phone camera.

The transmitter in the remote control handset sends out a stream of pulses of infrared light when the user presses a button on the handset. A transmitter is often a light emitting diode LED which is built into the pointing end of the remote control handset. The infrared light pulses form a pattern unique to that button.

The receiver in the device recognizes the pattern and causes the device to respond accordingly. Most remote controls for electronic appliances use a near infrared diode to emit a beam of light that reaches the device. A nm wavelength LED is typical. Video cameras see the diode as if it produces visible purple light. With a single channel single-function, one-button remote control the presence of a carrier signal can be used to Remote Control - CANE!

- Lacks Interest! a function. For multi-channel normal multi-function Mrs. Leroy Brown - Loretta Lynn - Van Lear Rose controls more sophisticated procedures are necessary: one consists of modulating the carrier with signals of different frequency.

After the receiver demodulates the received signal, it applies the appropriate frequency filters to separate the respective signals. One can often hear the signals being modulated on the infrared carrier by operating a remote control in very close proximity to an AM radio not tuned to a Its On - Silkk* - The Shocker. Today, IR remote controls almost always use a pulse width modulated code, encoded and decoded by digital computer: a command from a remote control consists of a short train of pulses of carrier-present and carrier-not-present of varying widths.

Different manufacturers of infrared remote controls use different protocols to transmit the infrared commands. The RC-5 protocol that has its origins within Philips, uses, for instance, a total of 14 bits for each button press. Since infrared IR remote controls use light, they require line of sight to operate the destination device.

The signal can, however, be reflected by mirrors, just like any other light source. If operation is required where no line of sight is possible, for instance when controlling equipment in another room or installed in a cabinet, many brands of IR extenders are available for this on the market. Most of these have an IR receiver, picking up the IR signal and relaying it via radio waves to the remote part, which has an IR transmitter mimicking the original IR control. Infrared receivers also tend to have a more or less limited operating angle, which mainly depends on the optical characteristics of the phototransistor.

However, it's easy to increase the operating angle using a matte transparent object in front of the receiver. Radio remote control RF remote control is used to control distant objects using a variety of radio signals transmitted by the remote control device. As a complementary method to infrared remote controls, the radio remote control is used with electric garage door or gate openers, automatic barrier systems, burglar alarms and industrial automation systems.

Most remote controls use their own coding, transmitting from 8 to or more pulses, fixed or Rolling codeusing OOK or FSK modulation. Also, transmitters or receivers can be universalmeaning they are able to work with many different codings. In this case, the transmitter is normally called a universal remote control duplicator because it is able to copy existing remote controls, while the receiver is called a universal receiver because it works with almost any remote control in the market.

A radio remote control system commonly has two parts: transmit and receive. The transmitter part is divided into two parts, the RF remote control and the transmitter module. This allows the transmitter module to be used as a component in a larger application.

The transmitter module is small, but users must have detailed knowledge to use it; combined with the RF remote control it is much simpler Remote Control - CANE! - Lacks Interest! use. The receiver is When The Time Comes - Wonderfully Courteous Gentlemen - You Can Can one of two types: a super-regenerative receiver or a superheterodyne.

The super-regenerative receiver works like that of an intermittent oscillation detection circuit. The superheterodyne works like the one in a radio receiver. The superheterodyne Dieci - Funky Pushertz, Tonico 70, Boom Buzz, Reddog, Kayaman, mastnzò - Lunch is used because of its stability, high sensitivity and it has relatively good anti-interference ability, a small package and lower price.

A remote control is used for controlling substations, pump storage power stations and HVDC -plants. For these systems often PLC-systems working in the longwave range are used.

Garage and gate remote controls are very common, especially in some countries such as the US, Australia, and the UK, where garage doors, gates and barriers are widely used. Such a remote is very simple by design, usually only one button, and some with more buttons to control several gates from one control. Such remotes can be divided into two categories by the encoder type used: fixed code and rolling code. If you find dip-switches in the remote, it is likely to be fixed code, an older technology which was widely used.

However, fixed codes have been criticized for their lack of security, thus rolling code has been more and more widely used in later installations. Remote controls in military usage employ jamming and countermeasures against jamming.


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    JoJogul 13.11.2019
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