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LPC2148 USB HID (Human Interface Device) Example

This USB example project implements a Human Interface Device that connects via the USB interface to the PC. It may be used on the following devices:

A Human Interface Device (HID) does not require any special USB driver, since the HID support is already built into Windows 2000 and Windows XP. Therefore HID devices can be directly connected to the computer. This example project is designed to work with Keil MCB2140 Evaluation Board.

The new updated examples work with the RealView Microcontroller Development Kit and compile with both the RealView Compiler and the Keil CARM compiler. The examples are tested with the USBCV tests.

Refer to Running USBHID for information on how to operate this example project.

Monday, February 6, 2006
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