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       smode2 [options]


       The main purpose of these programs is to  check  operation
       of your home-brew LIRC receiver hardware and to see the IR
       waveform of the remote  controller  without  an  expensive
       oscilloscope.  Very  useful  for debugging. Of course this
       program won't work with hardware that decodes the  signals
       itself like e.g. TV cards or the Irman.

       smode2  uses  the  svgalib  to  show  the IR waveform in a
       graphical representation. The time  division  is  variable
       from 1 ms/unit to extremely high values (integer type) but
       there is no point increasing this value above 20  ms/unit,
       because one pulse is about 1 ms. This kind of presentation
       is much more exciting than the simple  pulse&space  output
       showed by mode2.

       -h --help
              display usage summary

       -v --version
              display version

       -d --device=device
              read from given device

       -t --timediv=value
              ms per unit


       mode2(1), smode2(1), xmode2(1)

       The  documentation  for  lirc is maintained as html pages.
       They are located under html/ in the  documentation  direc­

smode2 0.6.6               October 2002                 SMODE2(1)

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