02-27-2009 02:59 AM
In my application, i need to communicate between two PCs (Personal Computer) through USB by making one PC as Host and another PC
as Slave. How can i do this using LabVIEW application? Please suggest a way for doing this.
02-27-2009 04:00 AM
02-27-2009 04:47 AM
My query is related to communication between two personal computers but not along PIC.
I want to communicate with two Personal Computers through USB interface.
How can i do this?
02-27-2009 02:37 PM
Plug a USB/RS-232 converter into each pc. Connect with null modem serial cable. Use VISA Reads and Writes. Plug a USB NIC into each pc. Connect with crossover Ethernet cable. Use VISA Reads and Writes or TCP/IP Reads and Writes. Both of these options are inexpensive and easy to code. I don't think you can get away with just a USB cable between the two but that's not a LabVIEW issue. You might want to check the information at www.usb.org.
03-01-2009 11:40 PM
I am using an embedded micro-controller application which is acting as a USB host. I want to know how to use PC (Personal Computer) as USB slave to demonstrate my Host application.
What I am looking for is, what ever the data that is transmitting from USB host should be displayed on the PC through USB.
03-03-2009 02:44 AM
You can't connect a host to a host and simply define one of them as a slave.
Host and slave is hardware-determined with USB. This will not work.
There is such a thing as USB-on-the-go where a device can act as host or slave depending on the context but I've never heard of a PC USB controller adhering to this standard.