USB Host Implementation via device hardware

Started by sau_sol in comp.arch.embedded10 years ago 8 replies

Hi all I am currently using LPC2138 for my designs. now I got a similar controller LPC2141 with the additional feature of USB device...

Hi all I am currently using LPC2138 for my designs. now I got a similar controller LPC2141 with the additional feature of USB device controller. Now I want to know is there any way to implement a USB Host firmware by using a USB device hardware. If yes please let me know the method. I want to interface a USB based CDMA modem with the controller, so can I interface the modem with a USB...


Embedded USB webcam IDENTIFIER hardware

Started by USB wcam in comp.arch.embedded10 years ago 1 reply

Hi, I need to develop a embedded hardware (with a FPGA, example Xilinx(R) Spartan-3AN FPGA) capable of IDENTIFY what kind of USB web cam...

Hi, I need to develop a embedded hardware (with a FPGA, example Xilinx(R) Spartan-3AN FPGA) capable of IDENTIFY what kind of USB web cam is plugged-in (example webcam manufacturer, speed, data transfer rate, etc.), the USB will work with USB 1.0 or USB 1.1 (not USB 2.0) so a USB 2.0 web cam will work at USB 1.1. Due this is a embedded design, no computer interaction is required (this means that th...


Take VDC's New Survey on Embedded System Engineering -- Get a free report and enter to win an Amazon gift certificate

Started by VDC in comp.arch.embedded12 years ago

If you're a developer of embedded systems, processors, hardware, and/ or software VDC wants to know about your experiences. Venture Development...

If you're a developer of embedded systems, processors, hardware, and/ or software VDC wants to know about your experiences. Venture Development Corporation (VDC), an independent technology research firm, is conducting research on ESL (Electronic System Level) design. The survey covers embedded hardware, system, and software engineering and VDC is looking for feedback from developers with rece...


C++ hardware library for (small) 32-bit micro-controllers

Started by Wouter van Ooijen in comp.arch.embedded6 years ago 48 replies

(posted to comp.lang.c++, comp.arch.embedded, yahoo-groups/lpc2000) I am working on a portable C++ hardware library for real-time...

(posted to comp.lang.c++, comp.arch.embedded, yahoo-groups/lpc2000) I am working on a portable C++ hardware library for real-time applications on small (but still 32-bit) micro-controllers. My typical (and current only) target is the Cortex M0 LPC1114FN28 (4k RAM, 32K Flash) using GCC. Efficiency is very important, in run-time, RAM use, and ROM use. The typical restrictions for small mi...


MDP Pro 8xx Hardware Development Boards data sheet

Started by rob in comp.arch.embedded14 years ago 1 reply

Does anyone know where can I find the MDP Pro 8xx Hardware Development Boards data sheet or programmer reference? Thanks,

Does anyone know where can I find the MDP Pro 8xx Hardware Development Boards data sheet or programmer reference? Thanks,


Strategy to recover from checksum errors?

Started by Juergen Marquardt in comp.arch.embedded15 years ago 5 replies

Hi, trying to find some strategy to recover from checksum errors of my enbedded systems SRAM. Hardware useable in my hardware is a)...

Hi, trying to find some strategy to recover from checksum errors of my enbedded systems SRAM. Hardware useable in my hardware is a) battery buffered static ram (SRAM, 128 kByte) and b) battery buffered static ram (so called CMOS ram in clock chip, some 10 bytes) and c) Compact Flash card (some MByte) It is relatively easy to find out a sram area having been currupted by calculating ...


Use of soft float?

Started by Philipp Klaus Krause in comp.arch.embedded1 year ago 13 replies

While those who make heavy use of floating-point computations in embedded sytems probably go for systems with hardware support...

While those who make heavy use of floating-point computations in embedded sytems probably go for systems with hardware support for floating-point calculations, there are plenty of systems without such support out there. And the existence of soft float implementations indicates that there is a real need for doing floating-point computations on systems without hardware floating-point support. ...


Call for papers on Hardware Architectures for Genetic, Neural and Fuzzy Systems

Started by Nadia in comp.arch.embedded12 years ago

7th. International Conference on Intelligent System Design and Applications ISDA 2007, 22-24 October, Rio de Janeiro,...

7th. International Conference on Intelligent System Design and Applications ISDA 2007, 22-24 October, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil http://www.isda07.eng.uerj.br Workshop on Hardware Architectures for Genetic, Neural and Fuzzy Systems http://www.isebis.eng.uerj.br/HARD-GNF.html Genetic Algorithms (GA), Artificial Neural Networks (ANN) as well as Fuzzy Systems (FS) are becoming omnipresent in ...


Random Number Generation -----> Hardware or Software?

Started by Motaz K. Saad in comp.arch.embedded14 years ago 110 replies

Hi every one, I would like 2 ask about the random number generation. Is random number generation function/method in programming...

Hi every one, I would like 2 ask about the random number generation. Is random number generation function/method in programming languages implemented in software layer or in hardware layer, and if it is implemented in software layer, how it is implemented in the regular calculator i.e. pocket calculator (not calculator program). thanx


Any hardware board available supporting USB hub, serial,parallel,ethernet,audio ports?

Started by S45 in comp.arch.embedded13 years ago 3 replies

Hello, I am looking for a hardware board consisting of - 5 or more USB ports (acting like USB hub) - 1*Serial port [9-pin D-Sub] - 1*Parallel...

Hello, I am looking for a hardware board consisting of - 5 or more USB ports (acting like USB hub) - 1*Serial port [9-pin D-Sub] - 1*Parallel port [25-pin D-Sub] - 1*6-pin PS/2 Keyboard - 1*6-pin PS/2 Mouse - 1*10/100Base Ethernet LAN port [RJ-45] - 1*Mono Audio In [3.5mm for microphone] - 1*Stereo Audio Out [3.5mm for headphone or speakers] Is there any readymade "board" available in ...


configuration of harware

Started by ABS in comp.arch.embedded13 years ago 1 reply

can anyone please advice me of various ways to configure a hardware without using their IDE's . thanks abs

can anyone please advice me of various ways to configure a hardware without using their IDE's . thanks abs


MSCAN in DSP56805

Started by finimits in comp.arch.embedded14 years ago 4 replies

Hi all, I am trying to set up a CAN network with a couple of DSP56F805 node that I have. Can anybode tell me what the hardware and softwarre...

Hi all, I am trying to set up a CAN network with a couple of DSP56F805 node that I have. Can anybode tell me what the hardware and softwarre requiremets might be? Thanks Vivek


what is system C.

Started by Anonymous in comp.arch.embedded13 years ago 7 replies

is systemC capable of generating synthesizable hardware descriptions from a c code. if so, how does it compare with impulse C interms...

is systemC capable of generating synthesizable hardware descriptions from a c code. if so, how does it compare with impulse C interms of features? thanks


AT89c51snd1c

Started by aravind in comp.arch.embedded13 years ago 10 replies

Does anyone know the hardware programming method of the mp3 player chip, my bootloader is not working and i dont have access to a...

Does anyone know the hardware programming method of the mp3 player chip, my bootloader is not working and i dont have access to a device programmer


ADSP-BF51x(F) - what is going on

Started by vladitx in comp.arch.embedded10 years ago 2 replies

Hello, There are at least two hardware revisions and some kits available but no chips available for buying. Could they sink into oblivion or...

Hello, There are at least two hardware revisions and some kits available but no chips available for buying. Could they sink into oblivion or we're just waiting for next bug-fixed revision of the die?


AT91SAM9260, has anyone used it?

Started by Anonymous in comp.arch.embedded13 years ago 1 reply

Has anyone used the AT91SAM9260 ? If so what was the operating system used? Any problems either hardware or software related? Atmel says it...

Has anyone used the AT91SAM9260 ? If so what was the operating system used? Any problems either hardware or software related? Atmel says it supports both Linux and CE. Any feedback welcome. thanks. Viron.


Controlling a stepper motor with c language

Started by Vicfred in comp.arch.embedded11 years ago 5 replies

Give me some help with this, im in windows xp, i have no experience controlling hardware with programming languages, all i know is that the...

Give me some help with this, im in windows xp, i have no experience controlling hardware with programming languages, all i know is that the parallel port has the direction 0x378 and it's different in each OS.


J1708...a few questions

Started by Aleksandar Kovacevic in comp.arch.embedded14 years ago 1 reply

I'm choosing hardware for fleet tracking purposes, so here are the questions.... Is SAE 1708/1587 used in European trucks also? If not,...

I'm choosing hardware for fleet tracking purposes, so here are the questions.... Is SAE 1708/1587 used in European trucks also? If not, which standard is it? If it is, connector is Deutsch 6 or 9 pins, right? Thank you!


iohw.h - anyone using this?

Started by Marco in comp.arch.embedded11 years ago 5 replies

A while back the ISO C group added to the C standard with TR18015 and TR18037 to create low-level I/O hardware drivers in C that are...

A while back the ISO C group added to the C standard with TR18015 and TR18037 to create low-level I/O hardware drivers in C that are easier to port Is anyone using this? Do many vendors support this yet? TIA


Mini-Itx

Started by whiplash in comp.arch.embedded15 years ago 19 replies

Anybody using mini-itx with XP embedded? I'm looking for a hardware/software switch to allow the MB to be always on - ie. boots up as soon as...

Anybody using mini-itx with XP embedded? I'm looking for a hardware/software switch to allow the MB to be always on - ie. boots up as soon as power received - i.e. headless remote operation, always on.