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Igor Leiva
11/02/05 08:44
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#103248 - Yes its the USBN9603, but use the
Responding to: Andy Neil's previous message
Yes you are right (and its low level) its the USBN9603, you can buy it from RS. in this page there is axample for the avr , but it takes a lot of work... http://hubbard.engr.scu.edu/embedded/avr/code

I am looking for the same all in one, i guess the lucky one it would be the Atmel AT89c5131 (or AT89c5132), its difficult for me to buy it locally, i guess Digi-key have it.
The SO28 footprint its my developer choice.
Here its a description:
http://www.soanar.com.au/newsandin...&archive=1

good luck.


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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