Monthly Archives: January 2012

Audiovox – Code Alarm Remote Key Fobs

Remotes Unlimited receives many calls asking about Audiovox and Code Alarm remotes.  Many of the original parts for Audiovox and Code Alarm systems have been discontinued.  Don’t fret though.  There are replacement remotes from Audiovox that work for many of the … Continue reading

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Micro Alarm Systems Remotes with FCC ID JRMMICRO-30B, JRMT212MHP or N4VMXT251

Micro Alarm is a supplier of aftermarket alarm systems marketed under the same name and also with the brand Barracuda.  Several of their systems used remotes that have one of three FCC IDs shown on the back.  Those are JRMMICRO-30B, JRMT212MHP … Continue reading

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Internet Regulation and Blackout

Protecting intellectual property and regulating Internet content are huge and hugely important topics. My libertarian-leaning friends (and relatives) are opposed to any Internet legislation regardless of the purpose. They argue, among other points, that any regulation will be incomplete, inequitable and poorly … Continue reading

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FCC IDs on Aftermarket Alarm and Factory Keyless Entry Remotes

On the Remotes Unlimited website and many competitor sites, you will see reference to the term FCC ID.  You may wonder why this is.  The FCC is the Federal Communications Commission.  This branch of the executive government is responsible for doling out and regulating frequency bandwidth … Continue reading

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FCC IDs H5O603 and B23ATxx

A customer inquired about a replacement for his old Autopage remote, which had FCC ID B23AT53 on the back of the case.  Some of these older Autopage remotes are very difficult to find.  Remotes Unlimited happens to know that there … Continue reading

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Remotes Coming Full Circle . . . and, by the way, keys are totally obsolete . . . everywhere

Sometimes, technology advances in a linear fashion and sometimes it winds its way or even cycles forward.  In the initial era of factory keyless entry remote technology — after automakers developed automatic door locks — you had a key and a keyfob.  … Continue reading

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Did You Know? – Two-way Remotes

Many aftermarket alarm system manufacturers now make remotes capable of two-way communication.  These are commonly referred to as a “transceiver” because they both transmit and receive signal.  The most advanced transceivers can receive signal from the onboard alarm system module when the vehicle is up … Continue reading

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