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USB 2.0 Architecture Part 1

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00: Course Introduction 8
01: History and Overview 15
02: System Description 19
03: Architectural Overview 19
04: Communications Flow 22
05: Bus Transfers 26
06: Packet Types and Formats 18
07: Packets and Packet Sequencing 24
08: Packet Protocol 29
09: Device Framework 23
10: USB Device Requirements 10
11: USB Host Requirements 20
12: Course Summary 6
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Total: 3 hours 59 minutes

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Description

This USB online training course focuses on system definition including the USB component. The USB communication model will be studied and transactions will be evaluated in detail. Bandwidth allocations, packet types, packet protocols, and packet sequencing are also covered. USB 2.0 Architecture Part 1 also covers device framework including device descriptors and device requests.

Once you have completed USB 2.0 Architecture Part 1 the next course in this series is USB 2.0 Architecture Part 2. USB Architecture Part 2 discusses in more detail low-speed, full-speed and high-speed environments. Presentations include the encoding and electrical environment, evaluating descriptors and host requests, and On-The-Go protocol. Click here to learn more about USB 2.0 Architecture Part 2.

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Prerequisites

An understanding of serial communications techniques is also highly recommended.

Objectives

As a result of taking this USB course, you will be able to:

  • Explain the architecture of USB and its components
  • Understand the operation of USB low-, full-, and high-speed devices and protocols
  • Describe the electrical and signaling requirements for 1.5, 12, and 480 Mbps operation
  • Describe USB Hubs, power management, and split transactions
  • Learn USB configuration requirements
  • Explore USB transaction types and device classes

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Prerequisites

An understanding of serial communications techniques is also highly recommended.

USB 2.0 Architecture Part 1 Outline

Module 00: Course Introduction

Module 01: History and Overview

  • Problem Solved by USB
  • USB Specification History
  • USB Features
  • Hot Plug, Isochronous Bandwidth, Error Handling/Fault Recovery

Module 02: System Description

  • System Description and Configuration
  • USB Components
  • Topologies
  • Attachment/Removal of USB Devices

Module 03: Architectural Overview

  • Bus Enumeration
  • Physical Interface
  • USB Protocol
  • Transactions

Module 04: Communications Flow

  • Host-client Relationship
  • Device End Point
  • Pipes
  • Frames
  • In and Out Transactions

Module 05: Bus Transfers

  • Transfer types
  • Transaction Examples for Each Type
  • Bus Access for Transfers
  • Bus Bandwidth Reclamation

Module 06: Packet Types and Formats

  • Packet Field Formats
  • Token Packets
  • Data Packets

Module 07: Packets and Packet Sequencing

  • Hand Shake Packets
  • Special Token Packets
  • NAK and Ping

Module 08: Packet Protocol

  • Bulk, Control, Interrupt, and Isochronous
  • Synchronization and Re-try
  • Packet Errors
  • Bus Errors

Module 09: Device Framework

  • Device Class Definitions
  • Standard Descriptors
  • USB Device Operation
  • Power Management

Module 10: USB Device Requirements

  • Device Request Types
  • Class Specific Requests
  • Vendor Specific Requests

Module 11: USB Host Requirements

  • Host Controller Requirements
  • Device Drivers
  • Resource Management

Module 12: Course Summary

 

 

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