About USB host with Atmega128

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Hai all

USB dongle became more cheap.
For some of reasons.Became option expecially when usb modules(i.e bluetooth,wifi,etc)rather expensive than ready made usb device.

I just found that Atmega 2560/2561 available for that.

Did someone ahve tip or infoe with Atmega128/103?

Thank you
Jeckson

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No AVRs offer true USB host mode. The closest you can get is "On The Go" (OTG) that is provided by AT90USB647 and AT90USB1287

To add USB (device or host) to a 128 would require additional silicon (probably from FTDI)

Cliff

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THank's

>To add USB (device or host) to a 128 would require >additional silicon (probably from FTDI).

Need to detect ready made USB dongle.
I found at google for Atmega128.

But didn't have source code for starting.

Thank's
Jeckson

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there is a usb host with mega32 at cornell university.

I love Digital
and you who involved in it!

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Thank's

Jeckson

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