Jan Axelson writes about computer programming and electronic technology. Jan’s books include USB Embedded Hosts, USB Complete, Serial Port Complete . From the Publisher: In USB Complete, Jan Axelson once again reveals the programming secrets for a popular interface. The topic this time is the new Universal. Serial Port Complete: COM Ports, USB Virtual COM Ports, and Ports for Embedded Systems (Complete Guides series series) by Jan Axelson. Read online, or.
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My article Inside USB 2. Nomen rated it really liked it Feb 09, Relevance Popularity Latest Completr Title: New and improved chips and development tools have eased the task of developing devices and the usn to access them. This is the best, clearest, single source of USB information I’ve yet seen published. A great job of presenting the difficult topic of USB peripheral development.
My USB Central page has the latest versions of applications and firmware using the example code in the book, plus links to chip and other product information and much more. Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read.
Arash rated it it was amazing Sep 30, Joe W added it Jan 04, Electrical and Mechanical Interface However, just how much useful information any mortal who wasn’t involved in writing this tome can actually glean from it without going insane is a different matter.
Serial Port Complete by Jan Axelson (ebook)
Nov 17, Himanshu marked it as to-read. Publication Date February pre-release. There are no discussion topics on this book yet. Circuit Cellar has published dozens of USB-related articles including some of mine. I recommend it highly. Pkrt USB Transfers 3.
Testing and Debugging Books by Jan Axelson. Much of the information in this book applies to any device hardware and host computer.
Ray Savarda rated it really liked it Dec 19, Brian Hamilton rated it did not like it May 03, I tell all my students that they really need this book in their library. Lists with This Book. Wheelers ePlatform – please log in. All USB devices must support control transfers, standard requests, and endpoint zero. A series of articles from MQP Electronics. Reviews Reviews are for previous editions.
The USB interface is versatile enough to serve just about any device function. The author has a flair for taking complicated information and making it readable, interesting, and informative. Using Hubs to Extend and Expand the Bus Structured Requests for Critical Data 6.
Turky Gary is currently axelsoh it Oct 16, WiGig uses unlicensed GHz frequencies for short-range communications. Pfalzer, Book Review of the Week, www. Lewis Chapman rated it it was amazing Jul 16, This book should be read by anybody getting started with USB.
Books by Jan Axelson
Prasad rated it really liked it Mar 01, Chip added it Sep 04, Designing and Programming Devices and Embedded Hosts. The developer’s resource for computer interfacing, especially USB, serial COM ports, mass storage, and embedded networking.
Jason Schlessman rated it it was ok Jan 14, Low to High Price: Z to A Pub Date: The USB Power Delivery PD specification defines hardware and protocols that allow bus currents as high as 5A, VBUS voltages up to 20V, more precise power management, and even the ability to reverse the flow of current so a device can provide power to a host.
Targeted at point-of-sale POS applications. Topics include how to choose a device controller chip, copmlete development January release this month. But the interface has expanded to support faster bus speeds, improved power delivery and management, more device classes, wireless communications, support for embedded systems that access USB devices, and more.