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Smartphone A/V Remote Control

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Smartphone A/V Remote Control
The best types of universal remote controller come equipped with a large touch screen, just like the one on your Smartphone. So why not use your phone to control all the A/V appliances at home?
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R1-R4,R6-R9,R13-R20 = 270Ohm
R5,R25,R26 = 1kOhm
R10,R24 = 10kOhm
R11,R12 = 4.7kOhm
R21,R22 = 10Ohm
R23 = 100Ohm
C1,C2,C3,C4,C7,C13,C14,C15,C16 = 100nF
C5,C6 = 22pF ceramic
C8,C11,C12 = 10?F 25V radial
C9,C10 = 100?F 25V radial
D1,D5,D6 = LED, red, 3mm, low current
D2,D7 = 1N4001
D3,D4 = TSAL6200 (Vishay) 940nm IR transmitter diode
LD1,LD2 = SC39-11SURKWA (Kingbright) 7-segment-LED display, 10mm
IC1 = CAT24C512LI-G (On Semiconductor)
IC2,IC4 = 74HC595N
IC3 = ATmega88-20PU (Atmel), programmed, Elektor # 120043-41 [2]
IC5 = ULN2803APG
IC6 = TSOP32236IR (Vishay) 36kHz IR receiver
IC7 = 7805
IC8 = LF33CV (STMicroectronics)
Mod1 = BTM-222 (Rayson) Bluetooth module
X1 = 14.7456MHz quartz crystal
Re1 = 6V SPDT relay (1x c/o contact), Finder
S1,S2,S3 = tactile switch, SPNO, round
JP1,JP2,JP3 = 2-pin pinheader with jumper
K1 = 6-pin (2x3) pinheader
K2 = 3-pin PCB screw terminal block, pitch 5mm
K3 = 4-pin SIL connector
K4 = low voltage adaptor socket, 2.1mm
PCB 120043-1 [2]

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