I expect it could be used to analyse most OOK-like signals on frequencies the RFM01 supports, given a bit of experimentation if the bit-rate is completely unknown. My original logic-analyser capture helped an awful lot though, since I then knew what I was looking for on the receiver side.AllyCat wrote: Personally, I don't have an RPi but as it appears you've posted the source code, perhaps someone else will be able to analyse some of the "other" protocols. The x080 models transmit the Radio Controlled Clock data as well, and the 308x models transmit solar data in a separate packet (with 60 seconds repetition rate). That might be easier to decypher (now that you've cracked the basic data format) because the Solar Pod encodes the data packet to send to the transmitter, so it can be read (on the Solar Pod cable) even without a radio receiver.
The bit of code that captures transitions on the DATA pin into 'rssitime_buf' is more or less all that would be needed, other than the hardware setup code. That buffer name is a bit of a misnomer - it was originally based on the RSSI state, but that wasn't a very reliable way of doing it - I should have renamed it 'highduration_buf'.
Also, for anyone who might use the code to investigate other data packets, be aware that I throw away all 'low->high' transitions, because these are just the (1ms) clock pulses in my WH1081 transmitter. For a true OOK signal, you'd want to include these in the buffer too (or have a corresponding 'lowduration_buf').
Thanks for the tip on getting rain readings - saves me running back and forth with a watering can!