'IrDA ? cheap chip'
On Sun, 11 May 1997, Gus Calabrese wrote:
> How cheap do you want cheap to be ? Crystal Semi makes a chip, National
> Semi makes a SuperI/O that includes it ( I am sure there are many more),
> there is an IRDA association that lists vensors. Search for it on the
> Khawam wrote:
> > Has someone made a decoder/encoder for IrDA
> > using a PIC ? Is it possible? If not, where
> > can I find a cheap chip that can do it?
> > Thanks.
The chip by National have a lot of pins. Try using the HP or TEMIC chip
they are easier to use. The crystal chip is a multistandard chip that
need to be configure in software before it can be use in IrDA mode.
Enjoy!They are fun!
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