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That means that differencial pair is used, like in usb, Ethernet, CAN and e.t.c, but most simplest example.
simplest way is to use HID class MicroC usb library. Maximum data rate will be 1000x64b per second.
hi, This is the simplest VB5 Comms program I have, if you want more complex versions, ask. It was used for a demo program for an OP wanting to talk to an external modem. E Change the CommPort number to suit your PC. Ref 2nd image
which usb device or host application are you looking at? I find the simplest thing is to implement functions to sommunicate with usb in C++ DLL then call that from C# and
probably the simplest way is to get a development board with usb device facilities, i.e. the board can act as a usb device to a usb host such as a PC. e.g. Microchip have a range of usb starter kits typically with LEDs etc for display of interaction etc ex
there are number of alternatives 1. UART to UART is probably the simplest and you can use hardware flow control if required 2. I2C or SPI if the devices are close to each other 3. usb - make one PIC32 usb host and the second usb device 4. wired Ethernet or wireless for distances over 10 metres
Hi, I want the simplest circuit for usb programming of Xilinx FPGAs. I viewed ML605 schematics. It uses a CPLD which is so complex solution! Is there any other way to program the FPGAs via usb? (Except the usb programmer) Thanks in advance
What you are doing isn't recommended because it still leaves the other connections intact but the simplest solution is to isolate the power outputs by wiring a Schottky diode in series with each +5V output from the usb socket with the cathode ends joined and used as your new supply output. It will drop the voltage a little but it will prevent the c
Hi to all. I find usb as confusing as hell , so sorry if this is an ignorant post :0) I've got an STM32F102 sending some data(only a few bytes) up to a pc. Pretty much just emulating a keyboard. Is it possible to send some data from the pc to the micro , using HID protocol? HID was the simplest for me to get working , and I only need to send
A design is required to read data from a usb 2.0 camera using a NIOS II or HPS in (Altera) FPGA, than output it to a DVI display. Apparently, this setup is looking quite complicated. This is because usb will require me to use an operating system to deal with the usb stack or some other complex hard coded IP. Either way will make things (...)
The simplest way to create a DOS system disk is to boot into DOS using the floppy or usb drive and then format the hard drive using the "/S" option to copy the system files to the disk. Based on how old DOS is, this may or may not support gigabyte class hard drives. Or a large drive may appear as a much smaller drive to DOS.
I agree with sequel, from your description it appears you have two development boards which you require to be connected in some way. If this is correct, why not simply connect the USARTs of the boards together using either an asynchronous or synchronous protocol? Using an asynchronous TTL or RS-232 would most likely be the simplest method, requir
Typically, one of the simplest and straight forward methods of utilizing a microcontrollers usb module, is to implement a Communication Device Class (CDC) with Virtual Communications Port (VCP). The method utilizes existing Windows drivers and only requires the modification of the driver INF file to include the appropriate VID/PID. The usb (...)
simplest 25-pin LPT 89S51/52 programmer : 78898 From usb port you can take 5V. Tested and working like charm. :wink:
One of the simplest methods would be to use a usb to UART bridge chip like the FTDI FT232R or Silabs CP21XX. This approach would require the dedication of one of the Atmega2560 UARTs to the bridge chip. FTDI FT Series ICs - usb Slave
One of the simplest programmers you can make is assuming that you have a serial port in your PC. Then you can use this programmer to make a much better usb programmer On the other hand you can buy a usbasp programmer from ebay with a very low cost , less that $5 US
There are several usb classes, CDC, HID, MSD, etc. The CDC class device is the simplest to implement, as it creates a virtual serial port on the PC side. The following PIC usb examples demonstrate the implementation of a PIC CDC class
What is the exact model of PIC you are using in your design? The VDIP1 offers three methods of interfacing with its host MCU, UART, SPI or Parallel. The UART method of interfacing would most likely be the simplest if you have limited experience with PIC programming. Here is an example of interfacing a VDIP1 with a PIC18F: [URL="re-innovat
the simplest thing is to use a usb to 3.3v serial cable, e.g. usb TTL Serial
We recently used a Stollmann BlueMod B20 in a similar application. You can interface it in a number of ways, e.g. usb, UART, SPI, etc. We used UART as the simplest, see the hardware manual for details you control it via AT commands, see