[Coco] atari USB device

jdaggett at gate.net jdaggett at gate.net
Thu Nov 18 19:24:34 EST 2004


In those cases the host sets the bus in Isochronous mode. There is 
no h andshake and the peripheral is sending data. 

Yes Atmel and Cypress have embedded processors that are 
dedicated to handling USB protocol.


On 18 Nov 2004 at 11:32, John R. Hogerhuis wrote:

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> My understanding is that the "no handshake" are cases of
> high-bandwidth utilization devices, like live video capture. I can
> imagine throwing a PIC or AVR microcontroller into the mix to handle
> buffering up whole packets so that the coco can offload them as it has
> time.

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