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Keyboard stroke recorder

Discussion in 'Hardware' started by bstagt, Apr 15, 2004.

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  1. bstagt

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    I would like to build a microcontroller driven keyboard-
    stroke recorder to save my stiff fingers but must first find
    the details about the keyboard signals to the computer,
    clock fequency, format of data,least significant or most
    significant bit first. I know there is an eleven bit packet of
    data,8 scan-code bits and 3 start or framing bits sent with each keystroke but not how they are arranged. Does the
    clock signal originate at the keyboard or the motherboard?
    This would save endless repetitive keystrokes.The world
    needs this.
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