USB Multi-Role Device Design By Example
by John Hyde
Publisher: Cypress Semiconductor 2003
Number of pages: 121
This text should be considered a supplement to John Hyde's book "USB Design By Example", in the same way that the OTG Supplement complements the USB 2.0 Specification. Only the new elements of multi-role device design are covered since these build on the established base defined by the USB specification.
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