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William \Chops\ Westfield
On Aug 22, 2008, at 9:58 AM, Michael Rigby-Jones wrote:
> Further, the USB/Serial adapters don't perfectly emulate a proper
> port, so operation can not be guaranteed with these unless you have
> explicitly tested various adpaters available.
Perhaps. More relevant is that USB/Serial (or parallel) adapters
don't adequately emulate or support all the IMPROPER ways of using a
port that used to be so popular.
We ought to develop and standardize a "bit twiddle" USB peripheral so
that we can still put all sorts of random hardware out there and talk
to it. Alas, once you have to buy or build a special device like
that anyway, the twiddled devices become a lot less attractive. They
USED to be neat because you could connect something made of jellybean
parts to a standard PC for very small cost. Remove one of those
pieces, and you might as well buy a picKit2...
> Did anyone ever get IRDA to work?
I used it to establish a dialup internet connection through a nokia 8210
mobile phone once (old school gsm dialup, 9600 baud). For some reason
though the connection seemed to hang as soon as anything more than the
most trivial ammounts of data were transmitted (email just about worked,
web browsing didn't)
I have also used it to print text messages from that phone direct to a
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Yes it does (of course when you're looking for twiddleability you
probably want TTL and not RS232...). It also has the ability to
arbitrarily twiddle 3 of its pins (PGC/PGD/AUX) to TTL levels or
tristate and read them, completely ignoring any "protocol".
Funny NYPD wrote:
| PICkit 2 does has a serial UART tool, but it is only TTL level, you
cannot connect it to RS232 Level of signal directly.
| Funny N.
| Au Group Electronics, New Bedford, MA, http://www.AuElectronics.com
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Tony Smith wrote:
> Ethernet is dead.
> Cat5/RJ45 for networking...
Running something else then Ethernet ?
Jan-Erik Soderholm wrote:
> Tony Smith wrote:
>>Ethernet is dead.
>>Cat5/RJ45 for networking...
> Running something else then Ethernet ?
my doubt too ... :)
Ciao, Dario -- ADPM Synthesis sas -- http://www.adpm.tk
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