RF protocol development

weather sensor: is it possible to port code from RTL433
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@mwittig,

thanks for your response, debug mode of homeduino is already active.
I managed to reduce the receiving sensitivity of a RBX6 by the use of following things:

put raspberry pi, powerpack and RBX6 receiver in a plastic box wrapped the box almost complety (80%) with aluminum foil put one weather sensor (Auriol Weather Station IAN321304_1901 / HG05124B-DCF-TX from Lidl) next to the box

So i was able to receive only “my” sensor, here is the output:
Temperature: 17,8 (Grad), Humidity: 72%, Channel 1, Battery: not empty

debug [pimatic-homeduino]: received: [ 196, 272, 628, 61288 ] 1222222220122012121212201220121220121212121212121212121220122020121221212112121221121213 19:59:19debug [pimatic-homeduino]: data: "RF receive 272 628 196 61288 0 0 0 0 0111111112011201010101120112010112010101010101010101010112011212010110101001010110010103" 19:59:19debug [pimatic-homeduino]: received: [ 196, 292, 624, 61288 ] 1222222220122012121212201220121220121212121212121212121220122020121220202012121220121213 19:59:19debug [pimatic-homeduino]: data: "RF receive 292 624 196 61288 0 0 0 0 0111111112011201010101120112010112010101010101010101010112011212010112121201010112010103"

Temperature: 18,3 (Grad), Humidity: 69%, Channel 1, Battery: not empty

debug [pimatic-homeduino]: received: [ 196, 288, 628, 61284 ] 1222222220122012121212201220121212201220121212121212121220122020122020201212121212121213 20:09:08debug [pimatic-homeduino]: data: "RF receive 288 628 196 61284 0 0 0 0 0111111112011201010101120112010101120112010101010101010112011212011212120101010101010103" 20:09:08debug [pimatic-homeduino]: received: [ 200, 272, 632, 61284 ] 1222222220122012121212201220121212201220121212121212121220122020122121211212121212121213 20:09:08debug [pimatic-homeduino]: data: "RF receive 272 632 200 61284 0 0 0 0 0111111112011201010101120112010101120112010101010101010112011212011010100101010101010103"

Temperature: 19,3 (Grad), Humidity: 67%, Channel 1, Battery: not empty

debug [pimatic-homeduino]: received: [ 188, 284, 628, 60916 ] 1222222220122012121212201220121212122020121212121212121220201212121220122112201221122123 20:25:09debug [pimatic-homeduino]: data: "RF receive 284 628 188 60916 0 0 0 0 0111111112011201010101120112010101011212010101010101010112120101010112011001120110011013" 20:25:09debug [pimatic-homeduino]: received: [ 184, 264, 632, 60932 ] 1222222220122012121212201220121212122121121212121212121221211212121221122112211221122123 20:25:09debug [pimatic-homeduino]: data: "RF receive 264 632 184 60932 0 0 0 0 0111111112011201010101120112010101011010010101010101010110100101010110011001100110011013"

i also found out, that my sensor is recognized by rtl_433, here is the rtl output:

time : 2019-12-08 18:23:39 model : Auriol-HG02832 id : 161 channel : 1 Battery : 1 Temperature: 3.7 C Humidity : 75 % Button : 0 Integrity : CHECKSUM

and the rtl_433 code of the protocol ([141] Auriol HG02832, HG05124A-DCF, Rubicson 48957 temperature/humidity sensor) can be found under https://github.com/merbanan/rtl_433/blob/master/src/devices/auriol_hg02832.c

Is there someone who can help me to integrate this protocol in rfcontroljs so i can use it with pimatic and homeduino?

I am looking forward hearing from you.

Regards

AxLED

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