Build the IRG circuit
and plug it into your Atari, in joystick
Copy IRGSCAN.BAS, IRGDEMO.COM, and IRGDEMO.RC onto a disk, place
it in the default drive ("D:"), usually drive 1, and run
IRGDEMO.COM. It will load definitions from IRGDEMO.RC and begin
reporting any IR control codes received on the IRG. You might
want to write down the codes for your particular remotes, to
include in the initialization file.
If no codes are received by IRGDEMO.COM, chances are your remote
uses a different standard than Mitsubishi, Sony, and Sharp
remotes do. In this case, run IRGSCAN.BAS (requires the BASIC
cartridge) and try scanning some codes in to verify that the IRG
is working. You can adjust the parameters in IRGDEMO.C once you
determine what the form of your remote's signal is.