29 Nov '13, 6pm

New post: OSUS - Open source USB Stack test board

New post: OSUS - Open source USB Stack test board

A long while ago I wrote about that I might make a series of boards for easier testing of the open USB stacks. Testing all different version of mcu’s and crystal speeds to make the right #defines and linker maps for the firmwares can be a bit tedious. OSUS will make life a bit easier by removing most of the parts required on the boards to be tested down to a master board. The test-boards basically only need a decoupling cap two and a 14 pin 0.1″ pin header – that’s it.

Full article: http://www.electronics-lab.com/blog/?p=25646

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