USB Design by Example: A Practical Guide to Building I/O Devices

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Intel Press, 2001 - Computers - 510 pages
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This unique guide goes beyond all the Universal Serial Bus (USB) specification overviews to provide you with the expert knowledge and skills you need to design and implement USB I/O devices. It is organized around a series of fully documented, real-world examples, and is structured to serve as both a step-by-step guide for creating specific devices and a complete reference to USB. Design examples cover most USB classes (HID, communications, audio, mass-storage and hub) and provide insights into high-speed USB 2.0 devices, including a device driver for a vendor class called blockio.

Intel insider John Hyde:

• Provides examples, complete with schematics and source code, that gradually increase in complexity
• Describes many vendor solutions and shows how to pick the ones best suited to your project needs
• Explains how to design a vast array of devices, including data acquisition, audio, video and computer-telephony examples

The CD-ROM contains:

• Source code and project files for all the examples in the book (PC Host and I/O device)
• Evaluation versions of design and debug tools
• The USB specification and supporting class and test documents
• Categorized links to other USB solution suppliers

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He is a former reporter for the Des Moines Register, now directs the Fund for Investigative Journalism in Washington, D. C..

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