This page collects a number or Internet resources, that I have found usable for myself.
There is an emphasis on free and open source resources.
It is not by any means attempts to be an exhaustive list. Nevertheless, suggestions for
additional entries are welcome.
The different services below may impose their own rules and conditions for their usage.
It is the responsibility of the reader to observe these.
The correctness of the data cannot be guaranteed. Sometimes the data is incomplete,
unparseable, or outright wrong. Sending undocumented IR signals to
your equipment may put it in an unwanted state, or even damage it, possibly even irrevocably.
By using this information, you agree to take the responsibility for possible damages yourself,
and not to hold the author responsible.
With the exception of GirrLib,
I am not connected with any of the sources below.
However, I sometimes participate in the JP1 and RemoteCentral forums, and on the
Lirc mailing list.
Downloadable data bases
Collections that can be (legally) downloaded in its entirety are listed here.
Also offers rendering and decoding online (powered by the software from this site).
Organized after manufacturers/device-type/protocol, not as devices.
Does not "really" support protocols with
other parameters than D (device), S (subdevice), and F (function).
Directly supported by IrScrutinizer.
Non-premium users are allowed to download 5 code sets per day, per mail-only.
Not directly supported by IrScrutinizer;
use text/raw import of the mailed lists,
Parameters name col. = 1, Raw signal col = 2 (or 3), field separator: , (comma), do not enable
"Multi col. name" or "and subseq. columns".