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    Teensyduino code location

    Is there a way to configure the Aurdino IDE to look for the teensy library source in a different place? I want to hack on usb_desc.h, usb_desc.c, and usb_dev.c and I'd like to put my changes under...
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    I hijacked USB_MIDI_AUDIO_SERIAL like so: ...

    I hijacked USB_MIDI_AUDIO_SERIAL like so:


    #elif defined(USB_MIDI_AUDIO_SERIAL)
    #define VENDOR_ID 0x16C0
    #define PRODUCT_ID 0x048D
    #define...
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    I got that to work. Thank you!

    I got that to work. Thank you!
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    Dual Serial + Audio on Teensy 3.2?

    Can I have 2 USB serial ports plus audio on the 3.2? I don't need MIDI.

    -Steve
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    Maybe this has been a known issue for at least 9...

    Maybe this has been a known issue for at least 9 years:...
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    CP2102-based adapters behave like the FTDI ones.

    CP2102-based adapters behave like the FTDI ones.
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    Thank you for your time and attention. I really...

    Thank you for your time and attention. I really appreciate it. I like that protocol analyzer.

    And you answered my question: there is no custom driver. Maybe the bug is in the Windows driver. Any...
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    Is there a custom driver for the Teensy?

    Is there a custom driver for the Teensy?
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    There is a collection of ham radio apps that use...

    There is a collection of ham radio apps that use RTS to key a transmitter. These all work with standard USB to serial port adapters like the FTDI. Of the four apps I tried, only one works to set RTS...
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    Yeah, never mind. That just looks like a function...

    Yeah, never mind. That just looks like a function that you can use to wait for DTR to come high. Like

    while (!Serial)
    ;
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    I just did a quick google and found this:...

    I just did a quick google and found this: https://github.com/PaulStoffregen/cores/blob/master/teensy3/usb_serial.h and I can't help wonder if

    operator bool() { return usb_configuration &&...
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    I should add that it's not *just* Termite that is...

    I should add that it's not *just* Termite that is doing something weird. I have several other programs that use RTS as a signal, and they all function fine using other USB-to-serial adapters but not...
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    Here's more interesting behavior using Termite: ...

    Here's more interesting behavior using Termite:

    DTR can be ON or OFF as its initial state.

    Turn RTS ON. Teensy does not see the RTS state change to ON.
    Toggle DTR. Teensy now sees the RTS...
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    As a clarification: the 5 programs mentioned...

    As a clarification: the 5 programs mentioned above all assert RTS correctly on the FTDI adapter, but only 2 of them set it on the Teensy.
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    Interestingly, RTS works as expected with...

    Interestingly, RTS works as expected with CoolTerm. It must be something with how the COM port is initialized by the Windows programs. So far, I have 2 programs where RTS works as expected, and 3...
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    Serial.rts() on Teensy 3.2

    I am trying to use Serial.rts() as a signal from a Windows program to teensy code, like this:

    const int LEDpin = 13;

    void setup() {
    Serial.begin(9600);
    pinMode(LEDpin, OUTPUT);
    ...
  17. Have you seen this project?...

    Have you seen this project? http://www.kk5jy.net/AnyRig-v1/
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