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  1. ChromationSystems This Instructable covers creating a USB connected Human Interface Device Keyboard that has 10 button inputs which are mapped to key combinations in the firmware. Key combinations can be quickly accessed without using the keyboard ...
  2. 3 in 1 universal converter. Based on FTDI FT232R chip seen as normal COM port, and two serial converters MAX232 and MAX485 . Allow to be used as RS232, RS485, or UAR TTL converter. Connections parameters can be set through the system, as in normal ...
  3. Recently I’ve working with the little but smart PIC18F14K50 (or your low voltage version, PIC18LF14K50 ). These chips are cheap (about $2,5 at Mouser) and have low pin count, but very impressive specs: USB V2.0 (low and high speed); NanoWatt ...
  4. Arthur Benemann A IR remote - USB keyboard for XBMC Hi, i'm sharing this project becuse it has become realy useful for me.(and it was easy and fun to build).And like i was not able to find some project that do this (now i have found some) i had to ...
  5. Miroslav Adzic Serbia Montenegro Description I tested this concept on a little network consisting of three PCs running under Windows 2000. It works well. The network adapters are normal Intel and 3Com models, set to 10 Mbps and Half Duplex. The ...
  6. In the first part we have considered the s chematic diagram. This is where the fun begins! If you've come this far, you should have a display that says Display Initialized when you power up the device. If you haven't done it already, download the ...
  7. What do you do with an old phone, a microcontroller and lots of time? You hook the old phone's LCD screen to the computer USB of course! In this project we're going to communicate with a Nokia 3310 LCD display over USB! How are we going to do that? ...
  8. A Microchip PIC based USB sound card INTRODUCTION The idea for creating a USB sound card based on a PIC came from discussions of other people creating one on the Microchip USB forum. The hardware of the card is based on all Microchip products. The ...
  9. Wojciech Zabolotny This is an old design. Some of the components may be difficult to buy. If you would like to build an even better and cheaper A/D converter, take a look at the new PICADC3 design. The PICADC is a simple 12-bit, 8-channel analog to ...
  10. Here is a circuit for using the printer port of a PC, for control application using software and some interface hardware. The interface circuit along with the given software can be used with the printer port of any PC for controlling up to eight ...
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