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probably the simplest thing is to buy a usb development kit such as this from Microchip Low Pin Count usb Development Kit it has a prototyping area and comes with sample programs to enable it to communicate with a PC host
Hi Probably the simplest thing to do is to run Actel's DirectC in something like a PIC. Keith (Actel FAE UK)
Hi, Well you say you have made a board with a usb interface, but now you want to use a SERIAL line to program it with ?? - sounds a bit backwards way around to me.:? Look at the many pages in this forum for JDM programmers - they do work for some folk but many others never get them to work, even on the simplest 16F chips never mind the 18
The solution can be from very simple to fairly complicated depending upon the environment available and restrictions imposed. In its simplest form, let's assume that you are going to write the program for 1)Windows or Linux OS (not an embedded standalone app) and 2)The modem is a standard commerical modem (Already detected by your OS and dr
You may convert the popular and simplest AVR programmer usb ASP to program 89sXX devices in ISP. Refer this thread with similar discussions and links Cheers
Hi, Don't think you will find any programmer that will run with the Mikro stuff because I think they designed it to be different for that very reason. Probably your simplest option would be to build a usb Pickit2 Lite as featured many times in this forum. A friend has used a Pickit2 on the Easypic board by jumpering out the Mikro programme
There are at least two things you should consider: 1. What is the hardware needed for a solution? 2. What is the software needed for a solution? You can get by without a voltage converter using a usb device that has the PHY integrated (most have). This requires A LOT more software though. The simplest way is to use the UART, in this case you w
8051 refers to the core processor. All other things like ADC, rf transceivers, usb and so on are a proprietary implementation of the chip designer. Philips does it there way, Analog Devices does it their way. And Atmel does it another way. You probably want to go with the device that is simplest to program and has the peripherals you need. Also
I think using usb conversion chips is the simplest way. You can use the FTDI chips for RS232 - usb conversion (FT232R), and a level converter for RS485 (SP481, MAX485, LDM485,). Look at: , on page 24.
The simplest way I know is to use one of usb->Serial or usb->Parallel converter chip manufactured by FTDI ( ). It's hardware part. In Your PC software You can use library (FT2XX.dll or FT2XX.lib) to send something to this chip. Driver (with libraries) You can download from manufacturer website. Another way is to use microcontro
Hard to say what kind of back-end you want to make. simplest would be connect external flash/eeprom memory and store log data to it.
I want to conect pcb with computer and i search for the most simple way to do that.I you have any idea i hear please
I want to use a usb device on my computer but I do not have a usb port on my computer. That means you need an usb host (not an usb device)!!! the simplest way would be to buy a serial to usb convertor which is readily available and is also nt very expensive.. but if u want to design
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Oh please don't do this at home kid ;) I think it is too hard to cope with the optics, not to talk about all else. The simplest camera should have exposure evaluation,some .jpg compression,usb interface,driver for PC etc. It is not a one-person task. However,this just an opinion.
The simplest way by far is to use a ready made chip for this one that works well for me is the FT8U232AM from FTDI Chip I have not tested the new FT232BM so I cant say anything about that /Wizzard