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How are the many signals of a N64 or Wii joystick sent to the console by only 2 wires?
I am curious as to how only 2 wires (perhaps 3 or 4) inside a N64 or Wii gamepad are able to send the many signals of the different inputs at once. It used to be that for just one ON/OFF input, we ...
Oct 18 '10 at 15:22
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