Windows Infrared Port Programming (using USPP)

Grant Edwards grante at visi.com
Thu Aug 29 20:29:06 CEST 2002


In article <aklmvi$ga3$1 at slb2.atl.mindspring.net>, Dennis Lee Bieber wrote:

>         I believe this indicates that I would use COM4 in a program, the OS 
> takes the COM4 data and handles the conversion to Infrared protocol 
> with the IR port being a physical COM2 for interrupt purposes.

The UART handles the IR part of it.  To Windows, it's just
another serial port.  The OS doesn't have to know about IR any
more than it has to know about RS-232 voltage levels and slew
rates.

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