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2010/01/20 08:26:32 (permalink)
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USB forum is really active

USB forum is really active. Just refer to the most active topics as of today (20-Jan-2010).

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    DarioG
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    RE: USB forum is really active 2010/01/20 11:20:55 (permalink)
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    Smile USB is the future indeed

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    RE: USB forum is really active 2010/01/21 07:19:42 (permalink)
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    ORIGINAL: DarioG
    Smile USB is the future indeed

    It is not only for the future. It is for now as well. grin

      USB_Links and libusb
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    RE: USB forum is really active 2010/01/21 16:28:28 (permalink)
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    Yes I meant that Smile

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    RE: USB forum is really active 2010/01/21 16:31:42 (permalink)
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    ORIGINAL: DarioG

    Smile USB is the future indeed

    It's just a fad, like the Internet.  Personally, I'm sticking with RS232 (using DB25 connectors, of course, because you never know when you'll need Ring Indicate).
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    RE: USB forum is really active 2010/01/21 16:43:05 (permalink)
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    grin

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    RE: USB forum is really active 2010/01/21 18:55:36 (permalink)
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    ORIGINAL: xiaofan

    ORIGINAL: DarioG
    Smile USB is the future indeed

    It is not only for the future. It is for now as well. grin


    and if you don't like "now" - just wait a few seconds and it will be the "future"
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    RE: USB forum is really active 2010/01/22 02:04:11 (permalink)
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    As RS232 ports are obseleted from latest PC configurations,USB is becomming need of present and future.
    there are lot of literatures on USB,only refering them is not sufficient for development.
    Guidance is required from good experienced person for USB development and This forum is realy wonderful.
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    RE: USB forum is really active 2010/01/22 04:09:02 (permalink)
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    ORIGINAL: jtemples
    It's just a fad, like the Internet. 


    Interpretations you could make of such a high rate of posting:

    The most poorly understood subject nowadays.

    The most difficult implementation you could try with PICs.

    A technology inherently hard / complicate to implement (not judging how good / bad it is).

    Agustín Tomás

    In theory, there is no difference between theory and practice. In practice, however, there is.

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    RE: USB forum is really active 2010/01/22 04:22:55 (permalink)
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    ORIGINAL: atferrari
    The most poorly understood subject nowadays.
    The most difficult implementation you could try with PICs.
    A technology inherently hard / complicate to implement (not judging how good / bad it is).


    Hmm, you are probably right. [:@]

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    RE: USB forum is really active 2010/01/23 04:02:50 (permalink)
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    ORIGINAL: Aussie Susan

    and if you don't like "now" - just wait a few seconds and it will be the "future"


    thank you Doc grin

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    RE: USB forum is really active 2010/01/24 21:48:30 (permalink)
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    I had to laugh out loud in Terminator 4 : Salvation when John Connor uploaded new firmware on the SkyNet's robotic motorcycle via a clearly visible standard USB connector.

    So that must mean USB will be with us at least until 2020 right? It is also the link preferred by robots. haha
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    RE: USB forum is really active 2010/01/24 23:14:16 (permalink)
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    So that must mean USB will be with us at least until 2020 right? It is also the link preferred by robots. haha

    At that point, USB has become legacy with security holes. Then he has targeted the connector wink

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    RE: USB forum is really active 2010/01/25 03:49:34 (permalink)
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    I love Terminator anyway grin

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