I am trying to implement a JUNG 433MHz ASK button which is currently used to control the lights of the hood in the kitchen.
I decoded the signal using Universal Radio Hacker with RTL-SDR USB-stick. And I was also able to create the correct signal-timings. So far everything seems good.
But my signals are not working. And I think I know what might be the problem. Here you can see what the original signal is, as registered by URH:
This is what I created with Homey:
So far so good. But if you zoom in you see what I think is the problem.
There seems to be some modulation happening in the original signal. In Homey, a single period is around 1us whereas in Homey it’s around 30us. Also one “interval” (I don’t know how else to call it) looks like this:
(there is a slope on both sides).
I’ve tried fiddling around with the baudRate settings but I seem to be unable to configure Homey so it will behave as the example I provided.
Does anyone have any idea on if this is at all possible? Or if not, what I could do to make this work?