So no need any more for that converter IC. That would probably helped as well. USB is not simple. It is really hard to isolate the files and functions you need. He wanted to choose a microcontroller for that project. Notify me of new comments via email.

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The issue with the USB0 name can be easily changed by you: Great to see that it works for you know. I was really hoping you usv give me a few hints on solving this. The code runs in an endless loop. I must have missed out something. More and more silicon vendors including Freescale are offering microcontrollers with USB on the chip.

First of all, thanks for this great tutorial! This simply is not possible with the way the sources in the USB stack are organized. Post was not sent – check your email addresses!

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So no need any more for that converter IC. Hi Daniel, glad to see that it works now for you. I will try your updated prog on monday was not at home this WE.

He wanted to choose a microcontroller for that project. Many thanks for your quick answer.

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USB means much more than two serial wires plus power: This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Of course I have not working on that problem full-time, but nearly every week-end I thought that this problem should be solvable. Not sure what you mean, and which window?

What I need is a Processor Expert component which I can easily integrate and use with my other Processor Expert components. There has to be a way to make things simpler for me! There is as well a cdc. An example project for KDS V1. The good news is: But there is an easy workaround: Hi Uab, what USB stack are you using?


If not, errors like the ones you mention will show up. What is the proper way to do this and how can I do it? Yes, technically this should be doable.

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Clock Settings for USB. First, big thanks for you blog, and for all infos inside.

If I need one, for sure it is in the other lab. Thanks Giovanni Like Like. Yep, that works, but is a pain: Make both components refer to different files, or change those filenames not to be in conflict? You are commenting using your Twitter account. But you can use a normal microcontroller without USB capability: