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  • USB Device Stack for PIC32 Programmer?s Guide
    USB device requests, as stated puter's USB ports or into a hub connected to the com- in Chapter 9 of the "Universal Serial Bus Specifi- puter using a common connector type, installs driver cation, Revision 2.0" (available on the Internet at software (if the OS doesn't already support
  • Medical Device Link .
    is a 32-bit operating system that adheres to the Win32 API, application programmers require little to no training to build applications on this operating system. Because Windows CE uses a subset of the Win32 API, existing Win32 applications or modules written for Windows NT and Windows 95/98 can
  • Implementing PCI Express Interconnects in xTCA (.pdf)
    are increasingly turning to COTS assemblies in order. on its side of the non-transparent link. Such connectivity allows. to gain timely access to the latest technology under favourable. a processor’s memory windows to be mapped into another pro-. commercial terms. There is a potential downside though
  • USB Mass Storage Class on an Embedded Device
    of the memory. driver is available for download from the Microchip web. requires of the USB device stack. Refer to the. site (see source code). The source code is distributed. “Memory Resource Requirements” section of. in a single Microsoft Windows® installation file. AN1176, “USB Device Stack
  • A Case Study in Industrial WiFi
    map a "virtual " COM port on the PC to the serial device. This can be accomplished with a wireless device server that provides drivers and the appropriate operation mode. If the device will be used with native network applications, then you may need a way to treat the device as a TCP or UDP host

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