USB FX-Interface

Key Features


  • USB FX2 Interface compatible
  • Configurable modes
    • Auto Mode
    • Transaction Mode
  • Programmable read and write threshold trigger
  • Independent Transaction Queuing
  • Independent programmable endpoint read and write transactions
  • Up 48 Mbs bit rate
Overview
Architecture
Applications
Resources
Universal Serial Bus (USB) is an industry standard developed in the mid-1990s that defines the cables, connectors and communications protocols used in a bus for connection. The standard also defines communication and power supply between computers and electronic devices. USB is not a true bus, because only the root host can actually see and communicate with every signal connected in the communication network. This implies that all devices connected to the host are essentially slave devices and cannot communicate with each other directly. The USB controller IC is generally connected to some external system or controller that is using the bus as medium for communication between itself and the host. The FX-Interface is the controller that facilitates the communication to the host via the USB Controller's external interface.