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Thread: PIC as USB Master?
face BY : mike.....@spam_OUTwhitewing.co.uk

On Thu, 14 Jun 2001 20:01:03 +0200, you wrote:

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Some USB mice also have PS/2 protocols in them, so they can be used
with older PCs with just a pinout adapter - this would undoubtably be
easier to interface.
Although full USB is probably horribly complex, talking to a single,
specific device may be less hard - think about it - there is only a
few K of USB code in the mouse so how hard can it be to talk to it ?
The problem may be to get the USB master port hardware - I don't know
enough to know if USB ports on PICs etc can be used as masters.

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