Posts Tagged ‘USB interface’

USB interfacing for AVR microcontrollers

Monday, January 19th, 2015

Ralph Doncaster  writes: Since the release of V-USB, dozens of projects have been made that allow an AVR to communicate over USB. USB data signals are supposed to be in the range of 2.8 to 3.6V, so there are two recommended ways to have an AVR output the correct voltage....

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Pratham: Breadboardable PIC32 board

Wednesday, January 29th, 2014

Gaurav Chaudhary  has written an article detailing his Pratham - breadboardable PIC32 breakout with USB OTG , USB/SDCard/UART bootloader: doing random projects with Microcontroller i always come into position when i need to have a bit more power and Peripherals then regular 8-bit micro or Arduino has to offer, but most of the...

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DIY USB OTG cable connects Flash disk to Android phone

Friday, July 6th, 2012

Rohit de Sa has an Android phone with a feature known as USB On The Go (OTG), allowing the phone to act as either a host or slave. Thus, it can interface with various USB devices such as mice, keyboards, etc. Since in his region a USB OTG cable is...

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