high probability numbers

These are the serial communication reverse values. I am trying to understand the logic behind this. I am pretty sure that 2 bytes represent 1 byte(high byte and low byte), values are correct.

I tried to logical not the values and i realized that there is shifting 2 digits on some digits.

it may be a known encoding method probably. Can you understand the logic?

reversed values

  • Can you provide more data, ideally 200 msgs? What system is generating this data? Is this being sampled digitally or analog? Is this some sort of remote for opening a garage door? Mar 5 '21 at 16:06
  • I would suggest that the shifted bytes are either plain delimiters, STX ETX characters, or checksums... that should be easy for you to check.
    – cb88
    Mar 8 '21 at 3:46

Thank you guys i have cracked the logic. There is a lookup table. first byte and second byte is logical or'ed and represent the real byte. Here is the look up table

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