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madhur13490
Mar 25 2010, 1:58 PM
Hey,guys i am engineering student.
My pre-final year mini-project is to interface high speed USB stick to any micro controller.
Can u pls suggest me any Micro-controller that has 2 USB ports?.Also pls give me details where can i find it's data sheet?

coolmirza143
Mar 25 2010, 2:21 PM
I dont think any MC has usb ports! u have to interface it to USB as per your Requirments!
see these links hope it will help u
http://www.8051projects.net/forum-t9363.html
www.hth.com/filelibrary/pdf../files/usb_easytap.pdf
www.hth.com/filelibrary/pdf../files/usb_easytap.pdf

madhur13490
Mar 25 2010, 2:46 PM
Actually there is an IC name
PIC18F4550 which has 1 USB port.similarily i want uc with 2 USB ports can u suggest anything?

Abhinav
Mar 25 2010, 5:21 PM
PIC18F4550 is a 8bit microcontroller.
ExperimenterUK
Mar 25 2010, 9:49 PM


My pre-final year mini-project is to interface high speed USB stick to any micro controller.
Can u pls suggest me any Micro-controller that has 2 USB ports?.Also pls give me details where can i find it's data sheet?

madhur13490


The port on the PIC18F4550 is a "device"', you need a host port.
The Microchip site has a good search engine for finding a micro with the functions you need.
You need HOST or OTG usb ports.
www.microchip.com


madhur13490
Mar 26 2010, 3:24 AM
@ExperimentUK
sorry i am not getting can u pls elaborate it?
Actually, I am new to USB stuff
My simple wish is to connect my pendrive to microcontroller.
To PIC18F4550 we can attach 1 USB port similarily i want uc with 2 USB port
Ajay Bhargav
Mar 26 2010, 1:09 PM
Please go through these articles:

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Universal_Serial_Bus
en.wikipedia.org/wiki/USB_On-The-Go

The second article with explain you more deeply about difference in USB host and USB device.
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