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    Default New USB Tutorial for Absolute Beginners

    I've been seeing a lot of request around here (and in countless other communities), by beginners. One of the reasons I figured, was the lack of decent tutorials on the internet. So, I whipped together a simple USB-101 for beginners. You can find it Here (Clickie).

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    Debu

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    Good find!. Bookmarked.

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    Excellent!...

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    Really nice !! Liked it
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    Thank you for your kind info

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    Thanks Guys

    I've added another post on my blog, to cover Bulk Mode Transfers as well.

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    Debu

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    Hi Debu,

    Nice Article.
    One minor comment related to your tutorial.
    Since you are using Microchip device, you could have used Microchip's vendor Id.
    I remember reading that Microchip allows there Vendor Id to be used for experimental purposes with there devices.

    cheers !!!
    PS : Putting my comment here as your blog (like most blogs) don't allow comments without subscription.

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    Hey Debu!!

    I find your tutorial very simple and interesting.Great effort and noble thinking!!

    I have assembled the circuit over breadboard and was able to see LEDs blink, it was great to watch those LEDs as i have always been working on parallel port.

    Did i mentioned, simple and interesting

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    Thanks a lot.

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