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'[PIC] wireless USB?'
2008\10\22@133104 by craig

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Hello all. Does anyone know of a good solution for wireless USB? I'm a PIC
expert and have all the tools, emus, programmers, and so on. But I am not
sure where to start with wireless USB. Any ideas or suggestions? Thanks in
advance! By the way I can accept a two chip solution but I am not
objectionable for starting from scratch with a new chip family and dev
tools. I program in pure assembler but could use C or C++ but I think I'd
prefer to program in whatever chip's own code. Really what I need is a DSP,
USB2, 8 or more hardware PWM's. Any ideas? Best regards!

2008\10\22@142002 by Danny Miller

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USB's not a wireless protocol!  If you were to do this, it would be a
USB endpoint meeting a wireless link running unidirectional or
bidirectional serial data.  Which would technically work, but it's not
really USB.

Bluetooth is the predominant, standard format for wireless peripherals.  
Lots of laptops have Bluetooth transceivers already in them (or you can
get cheap dongles) you just need to design the peripheral.

Danny

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2008\10\22@143627 by Peter Loron

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On Oct 22, 2008, at 10:30 AM, craig wrote:

> Hello all. Does anyone know of a good solution for wireless USB? I'm  
> a PIC
> expert and have all the tools, emus, programmers, and so on. But I  
> am not
> sure where to start with wireless USB. Any ideas or suggestions?  
> Thanks in
> advance! By the way I can accept a two chip solution but I am not
> objectionable for starting from scratch with a new chip family and dev
> tools. I program in pure assembler but could use C or C++ but I  
> think I'd
> prefer to program in whatever chip's own code. Really what I need is  
> a DSP,
> USB2, 8 or more hardware PWM's. Any ideas? Best regards!


Cypress makes some stuff that might work in your application:

http://www.cypress.com/products/?gid=14

-Pete


'[PIC] wireless USB?'
2008\11\15@164144 by Vitaliy
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Does anyone have an idea why someone would post an identically titled thread
three separate times, and not respond to a single reply?




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2008\11\20@100552 by Martin

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Vitaliy wrote:
> Does anyone have an idea why someone would post an identically titled thread
> three separate times, and not respond to a single reply?
>

First time using a mailing list, I'd guess.

-
Martin

2008\11\20@104646 by olin piclist

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Martin wrote:
>> Does anyone have an idea why someone would post an identically
>> titled thread three separate times, and not respond to a single
>> reply?
>
> First time using a mailing list, I'd guess.

Or mommy doesn't know he's playing with the 'puter again?

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