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  • RC Transmitter to USB Gamepad Using Arduino

    Hi! Thanks for sharring!I assembled everything exactly the "textual scheme" and it works!But i am newbie, and try to get all this stuff.According to your scheme zender diods and 2.2k resistor connected AFTER 68ohm resistors (if we look in direction from USB to Chip). I want to stay clear here, because every scheme I looked at Internet (incl. V-SUB site) are very different. It messed me up a little bit.I'd appreciate it if you confirm this scheme is right - http://savepic.su/6944086.jpg

    So fast reply! =) I thik i got it.Thank you very very much, your advice was great! Good luck.

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  • RC Transmitter to USB Gamepad Using Arduino

    Hi! Thanks for sharring!I assembled everything exactly the "textual scheme" and it works!But i am newbie, and try to get all this stuff.According to your scheme zender diods and 2.2k resistor connected AFTER 68ohm resistors. But every scheme I looked (i.e., like this - http://cs305808.userapi.com/u3381746/135996354/z_ae71b62d.jpg) they connected right to D+ and D- pins. So, am I misread your scheme? Or maybe it even doesn't matter?

    Hi! Thanks forsharring! I assembledeverything exactly the "textual scheme" and it works!But i amnewbie, and try to get all this stuff.Accordingto your scheme zender diods and 2.2k resistor connected AFTER 68ohm resistors. Butevery scheme I looked (i.e., like this - http://cs305808.userapi.com/u3381746/135996354/z_ae71b62d.jpg)they connected right to D+ and D- pins. So, am I misread your scheme? Or maybeit even doesn't matter?

    Hi! Thanks for sharring!I assembled everything exactly the "textual scheme" and it works!But i am newbie, and try to get all this stuff.According to your scheme zender diods and 2.2k resistor connected AFTER 68ohm resistors. But every scheme I looked (i.e., like this - http://cs305808.userapi.com/u3381746/135996354/z_ae71b62d.jpg) they connected right to D+ and D- pins. So, am I misread your scheme? Or maybe it even doesn't matter?

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