You're right that the Cypress/Anchor chips USB parts are fantasic.
They are the first thing I suggest to any OEM that isn't building a keyboard or
The only issue is that they (like most other USB 'chips') are mean't for building USB
peripherals. USB connected camera, datalogger, coffecup warmer :-) etc...
Steve Linn wanted to connect a USB printer to his uCsimm. This means he needs to form
a USB master device. An easier solution would be to use a IrDA printer like Seiko
Iain Galloway,P.Eng. Applications Engineer
Future Active Industrial (FAI)
Andrew Goodney wrote:
> I interfaced a Motorola DSP to an Anchor Chips (now Cypress) USB solution.
> It was fairly easy and the development system is great. The USB controllers
> have multiple I/O interfaces depending on the package size including: 8 bit
> memory bus, I2C, RS232 serial. This however is a device end controller, it
> looks like you might need a host controller.
> Also as regulars on the list may know I am graduating from USC in 2 weeks,
> would it be inappropriate to solicit for employment on this list. I'm still
> looking for a job.
> -good luck on your hacking
> -Andrew Goodney
> USC EE 2000
> -----Original Message-----
> From: owner-ucsimm@uClinux.com [mailto:owner-ucsimm@uClinux.com]On
> Behalf Of Steve Linn
> Sent: Tuesday, May 02, 2000 10:11 PM
> To: ucsimm@uClinux.com
> Subject: [uCsimm] USB
> Can anyone recommend a USB chipset that can be connected to the
> ucSimm or know where I might find some information about using
> USB with this processor? I have a project where I need to get a
> USB printer connected to it. It has to be USB or else I would
> use the serial port or use the ether-net port.
> Steve Linn
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