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 C8051F34x as USB host? 
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In response to a question on the DSLinux forums, would it be possible to modify the MCU to act as a USB host? I understand that a seperate psu would be needed for the +5v but apart from that is there a reason why it couldn't be done, either with a C8051F34x or similar controller.


Fri Jun 19, 2009 4:53 pm
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According to the SiLabs data sheet, http://www.keil.com/dd/docs/datashts/si ... 51f34x.pdf , no. It doesn't say why & I'm afraid I'm not enough of a USB expert to figure it out.

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WinterMute is right. USB uses a master/slave architecture and the master is much more complex.


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