If you want to go USB, check out the USBN9603 chip from National
Semi. It is an all-in-one solution for USB communications and can be
inferfaced via an 8bit bus, or through SPI. It only requires a few
resisters, caps, and of course.. a USB connector.
Date: Saturday, March
16, 2002 09:49:26 PM
[avr-gcc-list] USB or FireWire ?
I have no experience in the matter but
I would imagine you need to use some
kind of interface chip. I don't
know what interface those chips use but I
doubt it's UART or SPI
compatible. You will probably have to write some
custom code that uses
some port pins.
Let us know if you find a workable interface chip.
Perhaps there are low
datarate chips out there used for small
----- Original Message
From: "Torsten Hahn" <address@hidden>
Saturday, March 16, 2002 1:03 PM
Subject: [avr-gcc-list] USB or
> does somebody know, if it
is possible to connect the USART Port from the
> Atmega 128, or
another interface (TWI ?) to a USB or FireWire Port on an
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