PIC USB Interface

  
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The second program just sends `Hello world` to the PC. By default my board uses the Virtual COM Port (VCP) driver so you can view the output using Hyperterminal or similar program, I recommend PuTTY. The setup is quite simple, when I plug the PCB into my PC, it installs as COM3: (it will be different on your PC). In the terminal program you select a Baud rate of 9600 BPS, 8 bits, no parity and 1 stop bit (standard settings) and connect using COM3: easy! This assumes your USB board is configured like this.
PIC USB Interface - schematic




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