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USB is Universal Serial Bus. If your question relates to a specific chip, please mention it in your question.

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I think it should have been an "all ones pattern", as in "all high bits" for the seed value.
answered Jun 2 '11 by Dave
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What do you mean by "read USB data"? If you are referring to devices like keyboards and barcode readers, then no. You'd have to have a board with "USB host" capabilities. That said, apparently there are shields that can provide this functionality. …
answered Jun 20 '11 by Dave
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my first attempt at solving your problem would be to get some kapton (or other non-conductive) tape and just stick it on top of the traces in your USB plug. …
answered Apr 9 '11 by Dave
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I know for a fact that SIIG USB to serial adapters work in Windows 7, if you get the v2 hardware. They work on 32 and 64 bit Windows. You also can't go wrong with those that are based on the FTDI …
answered Feb 28 '11 by Dave
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It sounds to me like you're going the wrong direction with the hardware you have available. If you're using a USB network adapter, it's probably one of those where you have to install drivers in the … OS to make it work. And if you have to do this, then you've got your work cut out for you trying to interface an Arduino with such a USB device. It's not going to be as simple as an HID device (i.e …
answered Jun 2 '11 by Dave