USB Embedded Hosts

The Developer’s Guide

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Author: Jan Axelson

Publisher: Lakeview Research LLC

ISBN: 1931448248

Category: Computers

Page: 152

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Developers who want to access USB devices from their embedded systems will find a helpful resource in USB Embedded Hosts: The Developer’s Guide. This new book from the author of USB Complete shows how small systems can take advantage of the same wealth of USB devices available to conventional PCs. The book begins with a review of USB host communication protocols. Readers then learn which USB host requirements are relaxed for embedded systems and what new requirements some embedded systems must meet. To help in selecting a development platform, the book explores available hardware and software for USB host communications in small systems. The heart of the book focuses on communicating with USB devices. The topics (with example code) include USB drives, keyboards, virtual serial ports, network bridges, mics, speakers, video cameras, and printers, plus devices that don’t fit defined USB classes. Also discussed are systems that support both USB host and device functions. The example code is written for the BeagleBoard-xM open development board using a distribution of Linux targeted to small systems. Also covered is how to use Linux commands and utilities to learn about, monitor, and debug communications with USB devices.

USB Complete: The Developer's Guide, Fifth Edition

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Author: Jan Axelson

Publisher: Lakeview Research LLC

ISBN: 1931448280

Category: Computers

Page: 524

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Developers who design and program USB devices have a new resource in the fifth edition of USB Complete: The Developer's Guide. This edition adds an introduction to USB 3.1 and SuperSpeedPlus bus, which offers a 2x increase in bus speed over USB 3.0’s SuperSpeed. For designs that don't require USB 3.1’s capabilities, the book also covers USB 2.0 technology and applications. USB Complete Fifth Edition bridges the gap between the technical specifications and the real world of design and programming. Author Jan Axelson distills the fundamentals of the protocols and guides developers in choosing device hardware, deciding whether to target a USB class driver or another host driver, and writing device firmware and host applications. Example code in Visual C# shows how to detect and access USB devices and how to program and communicate with vendor-defined devices that use the human-interface-device (HID) class driver and Microsoft’s WinUSB driver. Also covered are how to use bus power, including new advanced power delivery capabilities, wireless communications for USB devices, and developing embedded hosts, including dual-role USB On-The-Go devices. Programmers and hardware designers can rely on USB Complete’s Fifth Edition to help get projects up and running quickly. Students and hobbyists will learn how to use the interface built into every PC. Instructors will find inspiration and guidance for class projects.

Unboxing Android USB

A hands on approach with real world examples

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Author: Rajaram Regupathy

Publisher: Apress

ISBN: 1430262095

Category: Computers

Page: 200

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Unboxing Android USB focuses on apps that use USB. This book covers everything starting from simple tasks like managing media with USB to complex tasks like Android ADB and developing application which exploit the potential of USB framework. With use cases that help developers build real world apps in real-time utilizing the advanced features of USB framework Unboxing Android USB tries to cover every single aspect of the app development cycle in totality. Unboxing Android USB helps you learn newly introduced android open accessory protocol with unique examples such as using USB Keyboard with Android device without USB host mode enabled and switching from MTP to MSC. The book is organized based on the USB functions, with each chapter explaining different USB classes available in Android. The functionalities are explained by starting from the USB specification followed by block diagrams that explain different blocks available in that USB class, followed by sequence diagram that elucidates flow of control and data. Each chapter has a unique sample Android application that uses the particular USB function.

USB Mass Storage

Designing and Programming Devices and Embedded Hosts

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Author: Jan Axelson

Publisher: lakeview research llc

ISBN: 1931448043

Category: Computers

Page: 287

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Provides information on designing devices that share and store data with PCs and other USB hosts.

EMBEDDED SYSTEM DESIGN

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Author: SANTANU CHATTOPADHYAY

Publisher: PHI Learning Pvt. Ltd.

ISBN: 8120347307

Category: Computers

Page: 240

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Embedded system, as a subject, is an amalgamation of different domains, such as digital design, architecture, operating systems, interfaces, and algorithmic optimization techniques. This book acquaints the students with the alternatives and intricacies of embedded system design. It is designed as a textbook for the undergraduate students of Electronics and Communication Engineering, Electronics and Instrumentation Engineering, Computer Science and Engineering, Information Communication Technology (ICT), as well as for the postgraduate students of Computer Applications (MCA). While in the hardware platform the book explains the role of microcontrollers and introduces one of the most widely used embedded processor, ARM, it also deliberates on other alternatives, such as digital signal processors, field programmable devices, and integrated circuits. It provides a very good overview of the interfacing standards covering RS232C, RS422, RS485, USB, IrDA, Bluetooth, and CAN. In the software domain, the book introduces the features of real-time operating systems for use in embedded applications. Various scheduling algorithms have been discussed with their merits and demerits. The existing real-time operating systems have been surveyed. Guided by cost and performance requirements, embedded applications are often implemented partly in hardware and partly in software. The book covers the different optimization techniques proposed in the literature to take a judicious decision about this partitioning of application tasks. Power-aware design of embedded systems has also been dealt with. In its second edition, the text has been extensively revised and updated. Almost all the chapters have been modified and elaborated including detailed discussion on hardware platforms—ARM, DSP, and FPGA. The chapter on “interfacing standards” has been updated to incorporate the latest information. The new edition will be thereby immensely useful to the students, practitioners and advanced readers. Key Features • Presents a considerably wide coverage of the field of embedded systems • Discusses the ARM microcontroller in detail • Provides numerous exercises to assess the learning process • Offers a good discussion on hardware–software codesign

Embedded Software

The Works

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Author: Colin Walls

Publisher: Elsevier

ISBN: 0124158226

Category: Technology & Engineering

Page: 436

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1. What Makes an Embedded Application Tick? -- 2. Memory in Embedded Systems -- 3. Memory Architectures -- 4. How Software Influences Hardware Design -- 5. Migrating your Software to a New Processor Architecture -- 6. Embedded Software for Transportation Applications -- 7. How to Choose a CPU for Your SoC Design -- 8. An Introduction to USB Software -- 9. Towards USB 3.0.

Newark Electronics

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Category: Electronic apparatus and appliances

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