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USB device stack for PIC32 programmer's guide

Posted: 29 Apr 2008 ?? ?Print Version ?Bookmark and Share

Keywords:USB? PIC32 MCU? firmware?

The USB has revolutionized the way the world connects peripherals to PCs. It provides a simple common interface for nearly any type of peripheral device imaginable. The user simply plugs the peripheral into one of the computer's USB ports or into a hub connected to the computer using a common connector type, installs driver software (if the OS doesn't already support it), and the device is ready to use.

The flexibility and power of the USB requires managing protocols for device identification, configuration, control and data transfer. The Microchip PIC32 USB device firmware stack provides an easy-to-use framework to simplify the development of USB 2.0 compliant peripherals when using supported Microchip MCU families.

This application note describes the Microchip PIC32 USB peripheral firmware stack and acts as a programmer's reference manual for developers who need to design firmware for any type of USB peripheral device for which no Microchip sample implementation is available. It describes how to implement a function-specific driver that will interface with the Microchip USB peripheral firmware stack and shows how this simplifies the overall application development.

View the PDF document for more information.

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