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Andy Neil
11/01/05 09:39
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Basingstoke
Uk


 
#103220 - USBN9203?
Responding to: Igor Leiva's previous message
Couldn't see any USBN9203 - do you mean USBN9603?

http://www.national.com/pf/US/USBN9603.html

It looks to me like this is only a very low-level device (layer 1 and, possibly, 2) - it would require a great deal of work to write the rest of the protocol stack to actually do anything useful with it...?

List of 15 messages in thread
TopicAuthorDate
USB host in 8051      Khaled Sarsam      10/04/05 10:11      
   search the forum      Patrick De Groote      10/04/05 10:25      
      no '51s      Erik Malund      10/04/05 10:40      
   let me explain the problem.      Khaled Sarsam      10/05/05 02:45      
      CY7C67300 is my favorite USB master chip      Erik Malund      10/05/05 06:22      
         OTG is the solution?      Chris Chang      10/29/05 21:16      
            No!      Andy Neil      10/30/05 00:54      
               my problem with pc      Chris Chang      10/30/05 22:27      
                  Time for a new thread      Andy Neil      10/31/05 05:04      
      get a proper GSM modem!      Andy Neil      10/05/05 14:57      
   OT: e-mail address      Jan Waclawek      10/27/05 16:39      
   You can the USBN9203 from National      Igor Leiva      11/01/05 08:47      
      USBN9203?      Andy Neil      11/01/05 09:39      
         Yes its the USBN9603, but use the      Igor Leiva      11/02/05 08:44      
   is this really relevant?      Erik Malund      11/02/05 08:58      

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