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zippzom

Hey,

I've managed to connect my Arduino to this wireless adapter, but I'm really not sure how to go about using it? I'm aware of the basic pinouts of USB, but can anyone link me to some resources, or tell me from personal experiences, how to get started on writing what I guess would be arduino based drivers for this adapter?

Thanks!

GaryP

That's interesting. What Arduino can use that directly?

Cheers,
Kaari
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PaulS

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What Arduino can use that directly?

None of them.

zippzom


That's interesting. What Arduino can use that directly?

Cheers,
Kaari


None of them. I'm wired directly to the USB pins, so I was curious if there was a way to somehow use the two data pins from the usb port to wire it to the arduino. It seems like it should be possible.

GaryP

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Dec 31, 2011, 05:02 pm Last Edit: Dec 31, 2011, 07:22 pm by GaryP Reason: 1
PaulS, always helpfull,  the "Chuck Norris of the Arduidians"!
:D

Chuck Norris:
"I know I am right and your are wrong! I don't need to explain anything to you, I just kick your butt! DAMN! Watch my face!!!! Do you think I am smiling? No, I am actually crying; I had new boots, and you just ruin them!!!"


Cheers,
Kari

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