USB Complete: Everything You Need to Develop Custom USB Peripherals

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Lakeview Research, 2001 - Computers - 523 pages
This guide takes the pain out of designing for this popular interface with specific, detailed examples that show how to develop USB devices and the applications that communicate with them. How the USB communicates with the PC, deciding if a project should use a USB interface, choosing a USB controller chip for peripheral design, and determining code with Windows applications are covered in detail.

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A must book for every engineer(Electrical/Instrumentation)

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Jan Axelson is the author of six books, including "Embedded Ethernet and Internet Complete," "Serial Port Complete," and "Parallel Port Complete," Her articles have appeared in "Embedded Systems Programming," "EDN," "Circuit Cellar," "Nuts & Volts," and "Popular Electronics." She lives in Madison, Wisconsin.

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