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'[PIC:] rfpic development Kit'
2004\01\22@062016 by zignorii

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This mail was re-sent because of an uncomplete topic tag....sorry

hello,
I am new to the list...
i bought the rfpic dev kit a few days ago.
it consists out of a pickit1 (USB) and two receiver and two transmitter
modules

my plan is to bild a device, that scans 10 buttons on the transmitter
module, sends it via rf to the receiver and the receiver should talk to the
pickit1 (where it sticks in). Connected to the PC the picKit1 should act as
a USB-keyboard device which presses the numerical keys (0-9) corresponding
to the pressed buttons on the transmitter...
a similar demo program called "presentation pal" is provided with the kit.

the PIC16C745 with the flashloader firmware on the PICkit1 must be replaced
by another one, programmed to run the USB Keyboard code. It must also talk
to the receiver module, of course...

did anybody something similar already?

regards,
Joa


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2004\01\22@171254 by Paul Hutchinson

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> [spam_OUTPICLISTTakeThisOuTspamMITVMA.MIT.EDU]On Behalf Of zignorii
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> a USB-keyboard device which presses the numerical keys (0-9) corresponding
> to the pressed buttons on the transmitter...
> a similar demo program called "presentation pal" is provided with the kit.
<snip>

For the USB keyboard portion see document TB056 and source code on the
Microchip web site. It is a complete implementation of a PS/2 to USB
keyboard adapter. I found it to be well written and easy to modify for my
USB keyboard emulation projects.

Hope this helps
Paul

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2004\01\22@205108 by Andrew Warren

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zignorii <.....PICLISTKILLspamspam@spam@mitvma.mit.edu> wrote:

> my plan is to bild a device, that scans 10 buttons on the
> transmitter module, sends it via rf to the receiver and the
> receiver should talk to the pickit1 (where it sticks in). Connected
> to the PC the picKit1 should act as a USB-keyboard device which
> presses the numerical keys (0-9) corresponding to the pressed
> buttons on the transmitter
> ....
> did anybody something similar already?

   Must it use the RFPIC?

   -Andy

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2004\01\28@073846 by zignorii

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Andrew Warren wrote:

   Must it use the RFPIC?

   -Andy

basically not. i just wanted to use the hardware i already have, due to the fact that i have not the time to design a special hardware for this small project.

regards,
Joa

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2004\01\28@073846 by zignorii

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Andrew Warren wrote:

   Must it use the RFPIC?

   -Andy

basically not. i just wanted to use the hardware i already have, due to the fact that i have not the time to design a special hardware for this small project.

regards,
Joa

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