(it has to be via USB!)
I have found alot information about wireing two boards connecting some pins - an option I can't use.
But I have not found any information on connecting via USB - can someone point me to a guide please?
You'll need to write a driver for the Arduino to use to command the host shield. Not a trivial task.
system that has a USB "back channel"
Where can I find information about writing a driver?
How does this 'back channel' appear?
The below book might help you get up to speed on USB.
Thanks, but I'm not going to buy an expensive book - there must be some more information on the web. Has nobody ever tried this? (I'm a bit disappointed now, I thought the Arduino community has exploited the possibilities of that littel board far more than some blinking LEDs :-(
Hi!I want to send data from one Arduino board to another via USB (it has to be via USB!) and there will be no host device (like a PC) connected to the boards (after programming ;-) . One board will geather data from a sensor and then send it to the other board that will use the data.1) As far as I understand, I will need two Arduino boards and one USB shield (setting up the shield as host device). Or do I need a second USB shield?2) I have found alot information about wireing two boards connecting some pins - an option I can't use. But I have not found any information on connecting via USB - can someone point me to a guide please?3) Are there any problem with this setup? Has Anybody done it successfully?
It has to be USB, because the connection will be via the back channel of a wireless video system that has a USB "back channel".
Does the USB "back channel" just act as a wireless USB connection between two USB gizmos?
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