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July 28, 2005, 9:55 pm
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port. The majority of handhelds support the IrDA protocol stack. This
does not work for me since I am on a project that needs to send and
receive raw bytes on the IR port.
The sales info is confusing. It seems as if "serial IR" feature is
what I want but some of the sites simply use the term to differentiate
between connection speeds (serial IR being slower than fast IR).
Can anyone help ?
Re: raw IR access
using Raw IR, so I'm not the best person to answer. But no one else
I've been under the impression that _all_ Windows CE/Pocket PC devices
with IR support Raw IR. I just used google
(http://groups.google.com/advanced_group_search ) to look up
in microsoft.public.pocketpc.developer and got 93 hits. I took a quick
look and now think I was only sort of right (many/most, but perhaps
not all). I'm quite sure at least some of the threads will provide
useful info and leads.
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