'SW for keyboard scanning and PS2 routines'
For a custom designed keyboard I want to use a PIC to do the key scanning (8x12 matrix) and connection to an AT Type PC via the PS2 Port.
Has somebody got a tip where I can get hold of some basic routines that need only minor modification and adaption?
(This question might have been asked on the list, but I have not been on for some time. I do not want to re-invent the wheel.)
Thanks and regards
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|Just a quick dump of a chunk of my bookmarks, need to get breakfast &
run, I'm working on an Atmel-based one of these, in C (on hold until I
find one box again, right now!):
http://www.mbhs.edu/~ojenkins/wearable/fiddler.html (Basic Stamp unit)
These are all about keyboards & PICs (or coding or wiring or adapters or
something similar), I'm 20 minutes late so I cannot cut it down <G>
Found a new link, how to make your own Ergo keyboard, how to make your
own discrete-component splitter, etc., off
http://thecraftstudio.com/bcboy/keyboard.html which should point you to
http://home.t-online.de/home/stephan.hans/tricks.htm for the splitter
etc., some links are DOA there on bcboy.
Christof Tvlken wrote:
> For a custom designed keyboard I want to use a PIC to do the key scanning (8x1
2 matrix) and connection to an AT Type PC via the PS2 Port.
> Has somebody got a tip where I can get hold of some basic routines that need o
nly minor modification and adaption?
> (This question might have been asked on the list, but I have not been on for s
ome time. I do not want to re-invent the wheel.)
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