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Started by ikonsgr, 19:20, 05 January 19
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Quote from: GUNHED on 18:13, 06 January 19That really sounds awesome! Now we need somebody who can use AT commands and tell us how to make such a CPC LAN.
Quote from: ikonsgr on 17:22, 06 January 19Exactly! Esp8266 it's really a marvel-chip, apart from creating a tcp server or connecting to another, it can be also used as an access point!
Quote from: LambdaMikel on 16:32, 07 January 19Isn't that chip also on the M4 board? (well or related, it has the ESP12F)
Quote from: rpalmer on 04:31, 09 January 19to connect any modern device such as USB the CPC would need a driver of significant code in order to get it to work at all.rpalmer
Quote from: ikonsgr on 09:54, 09 January 19 Fortunately for us, the "driver" needed for a usb device, is already implemented in the usb host module firmware mentioned! Take a look here and select "related products" tab.All the "dirty" work needed for identify,nagotiate and establish connection with a usb device, is done from host module! After that, you can perfectly communicate directly with the device through serial port simply by sending/receiving bytes/characters using simple inp() and out commands, even using BASIC!
Quote from: GUNHED on 15:44, 10 January 19It's a great device for a great price and it has the potential to become a new network / communication standard.
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