FTDI ‘Embedded USB Design by Example’ book

Friday, 29 April, 2011 | Supplied by: Glyn Ltd

FTDI ‘Embedded USB Design by Example’ book

The next part of the engineering guide ‘Embedded USB Design by Example’, commissioned by FTDI, is now available.

The book is by John Hyde and complements and builds on FTDI’s portfolio of product documentation by guiding design engineers through the steps necessary to add USB connectivity to their system design and identifies techniques to overcome the various practical challenges they face - in both hardware and software.

Part 1 of the book dealt with the basic principles of USB, covering the finer points of the USB architecture, looking at fundamental USB theory, explaining how to build a USB device that can plug into Windows or OSX platform, describing how to carry out serial and parallel device conversion and how to connect to other USB devices.

Part 2 deals specifically with the practicalities of USB hardware and software development using practical examples based on dual USB host controllers, the Vinculum-I and the recently released Vinculum-II.

The book gives detailed examples of how these ICs can be used by progressively guiding the reader through various projects which give step-by-step instructions on constructing hardware and developing the associated firmware/software using the free-of-charge Vinculum-II software development tool-chain.

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