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Bitbang USB v1.1 on a MSP430

Posted on Friday, December 14th, 2012 in MSP430, USB by DP

MSP-EXP30G2

M-atthias was successful in running bitbang USB v1.1 on a MSP430G2452. It’s similar to the V-USB project that’s used on AVRs. It takes ~2kb of room on the microcontroller.

Yes, this is similar to the efforts of V-USB for AVR, but in a very early stage. I am in contact with Christian Starkjohann who wrote V-USB, and he helped me with valuable comments. Thank you !

Via 43oh.

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2 Responses to “Bitbang USB v1.1 on a MSP430”

  1. Tony Kao says:

    I don’t think you meant “ruining” USB 1.1, although that may be unintentionally ironic given how some people feel about bit-banged USB ;)

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