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See the developers area of http://www.usb.org for all the specs.
If you are attempting to interface a slave to USB using software
bit-banging on the PIC, the simple answer is I don't beleive it is
possible even on a Scenix 'PIC' - use an USB interface chip or a
microcontroller with built-in USB slave interface.
Email me with generally what you want to do, and I'll point you in the
direction of relevant chips - I am aiming to put a full write-up and
links to the full range of chips available for USB , on my web page
soon (But 'soon' is currently an indefinate term :-) )
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Subject: Author: "netQ" [SMTP:INNOCENT.COM] at Exchange-UK netquake
Date: 06/10/98 23:27
I'm trying to implement USB (Universal Serial Bus) using a PIC. Has anybody
seen any info about this on the Net? (General protocol information is also
good for me. I have no previous experience with USB so I would love to find
a nice tutorial! :)
P.D.: I want to thank Regulus Berdin for his invaluable help on
my "Porting code" message to the list.
"I must not fear. Fear is the mind-killer.
Fear is the little death that brings total
obliteration. I will face my fear... I will
permit it to pass over me and through me."
Kwisatz Haderach - Dune
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