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USB Device Library

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Author: MikroElektronika Team

Last Updated: 2015-03-13

Category: USB

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USB Device Library presents the user set of functions required to handle USB device peripheral. A embedded user application program uses API defined in this library to access USB device peripheral.

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USB Device Library presents the user set of functions required to handle USB device peripheral. A embedded user application program uses API defined in this library to access USB device peripheral. The library has set of functions implemented within library and also uses set of callback functions which will be implemented by application designer outside of the library. Library internaly handles standard device requests, leaving the user to process other requests.

As example of use of this library, following USB device classes are implemented:

HID (Human Interface Devices) class with mouse functionality 
MSC BOT (Mass Storage - Bulk Only Transport) class. 
CDC (Communications Device Class) class.

USB Device Library: HID example

Example showing usage of USB HID mouse class. After connection, the board is recognized as USB Input device and you can use it as a touchpad via TFT display.

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USB Device Library: Mass Storage example

Example showing how to use mikromedia board as mass storage device. After connection with PC, mikromedia is detected as mass storage device.

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USB Device Library features following functions:

USBDev_Init
USBDev_IntHandler
USBDev_GetDeviceState
USBDev_StallEndpoint
USBDev_CtrlStall
USBDev_ClearStallEndpoint
USBDev_RegisterGetDescriptorHandler
USBDev_RegisterEventHandler
USBDev_RegisterSetupReqHandler
USBDev_RegisterDataReceivedHandler
USBDev_RegisterDataSentHandler
USBDev_ConvertStringToDescriptor
USBDev_SendPacket
USBDev_SetReceiveBuffer
USBDev_CtrlDataAck
USBDev_CtrlSendData

Release notes:

Version 1.2.1.0:

 - CDC class for PIC16F145x added.
 - Examples for PIC16F145x added.

Version 1.2.0.0:

 - ARM TI Tiva MCUs supported.
 - Examples for mikroMedia 5 for Tiva added.
 - PIC16F145x library added.

Version 1.1.0.0:

 - CDC class added
 - Virtual COM port example added
 - Minor bug fixes

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