One buzzword is "Hardware Wedge". As I remember seeing in postings here, there are apnotes from Philips (8051) and Microchip (PIC).
There was a number of projects in the regular columns in Circuit Cellar Ink magazine about 11 years ago. In Ed Nisley's and John Dybowski's (sp?) columns). Including some stuff about the three different modes that a real IBM PC keyboard can run that I've never seen anywhere else.
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There are many sites showing how to use a micro to simulate a keyboard and the CLK and DATA serial sequence.
Does anyone know the scan codes for [Ctrl] [Alt] [C].
What bytes are sent on the data line to the PC?
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