USB System Architecture

USB System Architecture

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qThis series of books is truly an important part of my library.... They are consistently accurate.... I would recommend them to anyone doing hardware design or support, as well as to any developers who write low-level system code.q Paul Tomlinson qWindows Developer's Journalq qUniversal Serial Bus System Architecture qprovides an in-depth discussion of USB and is based on the 1.0 version of the Universal Serial Bus specification. It focuses on the USB protocol, signaling environment, and electrical specifications, along with the hardware/software interaction required to configure and access USB devices. Although this book does not focus on writing USB device drivers, it does contain useful background information that aids in understanding the USB software environment. Key topics include: differential signaling environment device configuration suspend/resume operations device descriptors device requests (commands) transfer mechanisms USB transaction protocols bus-powered devices self-powered devices host controller designs (UHC and OHC) error detection and handling device class definitions If you design or test hardware or software that involves USB, qUniversal Serial Bus System Architecture qis an essential, time-saving tool. The qPC System Architecture Seriesq is a crisply written and comprehensive set of guides to the most important PC hardware standards. Each title is designed to illustrate the relationship between the software and hardware and explains thoroughly the architecture, features, and operations of systems built using one particular type of chip or hardware specification. MindShare one of the leading technical training companies in the computer industry, providing innovative courses for dozens of companies, including Intel, IBM, and Compaq. Don Anderson passes on his wealth of experience in digital electronics and computer design by training engineers, programmers, and technicians for MindShare. 0201461374B04062001Note that this figure is based on the state machine descriptions from the 1.1 USB specification. The state diagram in the 1.0 hub specification differs from the state machine described in the 1.1 specification. The behavior of the ... The hub transitions to the WFSOF state and disables the port that initiated the upstream packet, thereby isolating the port that is encountering LOA or babble. Once the repeater isanbsp;...

Title:USB System Architecture
Author: Don Anderson
Publisher:Addison-Wesley Professional - 1997

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