High-speed USB module

  • 12-Feb-2010 11:16 EST

Saelig’s QuickUSB is a customizable system that implements a bus-powered, high-speed USB2.0 endpoint terminating in a single 80-pin target interface connector. With the companion Customizer software, the module can be tailored with a user-defined "My Product" string descriptor, a unique PID, and a user-defined serial number to create uniquely identifiable products. It includes built-in firmware, a device driver, and software compatible with Microsoft Windows 98SE, ME, 2K, XP, Vista, and Windows 7. The library supports popular programming languages and works with any language that can call a DLL. The system includes an 8- or 16-bit high-speed parallel port for fast data transfer from DSPs or FPGA-based circuits, up to three general-purpose 8-bit parallel I/O ports, two RS-232 ports, one I2C port with multiplexer, and one soft SPI port or FPGA configuration port.

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