This is a "How-To" book which explains, with hands-on examples, how to design and implement a SuperSpeed USB peripheral that can interface to your hardware using a 32-bit 100MHz bus with standard or custom protocols. The book is based on the Cypress FX3 SuperSpeed Device and the firmware examples are written around a low-cost SuperSpeed Explorer board and a companion CPLD board which are available from www.cypress.com/fx3book. The software examples are written for the Windows operating system and the CPLD examples are written in Verilog. The source code for all of the examples is downloadable from the book web site. If you currently think that SuperSpeed USB design is only for the elite then look inside this book and discover that SuperSpeed technology has now been made accessible to the rest of us!Über den Autor:
John Hyde is Principle at USB Design By Example, a consultancy firm he created after 'retiring' from Intel in 2002. John has been involved in USB since its inception and wrote his first USB Design By Example book in 1999. He works with a wide variety of USB folk in architecture, design and debug of their embedded products. He has written five "How-To" books and is now working on an update to his SuperSpeed book and a new USB Type-C Design By Example book. He earned a B.Sc in Electronics from Southampton University and now lives in Portland, OR.
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