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2001\04\13@165654 by Harold M Hallikainen

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       I might have an IRDA application and have never done anything with IRDA
before. I'm wondering if something like Windoze Hyperterminal can be
pointed to an IRDA port and then the PIC driving IRDA would just (with
appropriate encoding) consider this to be a terminal. This'd allow a full
screen user interface with no custom code on the Windoze machine. Can it
be done?

Thanks!

Harold



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2001\04\13@200821 by Dan Michaels

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Harold H. wrote:
>        I might have an IRDA application and have never done anything with IRDA
>before. I'm wondering if something like Windoze Hyperterminal can be
>pointed to an IRDA port and then the PIC driving IRDA would just (with
>appropriate encoding) consider this to be a terminal. This'd allow a full
>screen user interface with no custom code on the Windoze machine. Can it
>be done?
>

Alice is an expert on IrDA talking to RS-232 - if she isn't off in the
desert fighting scorpions, that is.

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2001\04\14@091528 by Stephen B Webb

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>         I might have an IRDA application and have never done anything with
IRDA

Most likely the mode you are looking for is IRCOMM, which is basically
RS-232 emulation for legacy applications.  Since there is only one "wire"
for the IR stuff, some behind the scenes negotiations have to take place.
(Which are transparent to the windows application program).  BUT, the PIC
program will have to implement the IRDA stuff.

There are IRDA controller chips that may take care of all of the
handshaking stuff for you, in which case your PIC app would be allowed to
be just as stupid as the windows app (ie it thinks it is talking to a
RS232 port)

Check out
http://www.irda.org

for all of the protocol specifications.  IRCOMM is most likely the one you
want.

-Steve

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2001\04\14@095128 by Jason L DeVore

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An easy option is to use the sx28 with the irda virtual peripheral.  You
can set up the code to allow transparent ir communications.  I used a pic
to talk rs232 to the sx28 and then to an IrDa computer port. This way the
pic can do all the other stuff.



On Sat, 14 Apr 2001, Stephen B Webb wrote:

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