USB communications device class (or USB CDC class) is a composite Universal
Serial Bus device class. The communications device class is used for computer
networking devices akin to a network card, providing an interface for transmitting
Networking devices, such as ADSL and cable modems, as well as Ethernet
adapters and hubs. A detailed description about CDC is provided by the USB
Implementers Forum (USB-IF). CDC Class Features. A communications device
Configuration of the USB Device CDC (ACM) Class in µVision. Description.
Implement application specific behavior of a Communication Device Class (CDC)
USB Device using the sub-class Abstract Control Model ...
Description. USB Host functions to support Communication Device Class (CDC)
Abstract Control Model (ACM) USB Devices. The CDC ACM class in the USB
Host Component is used for attaching communication devices to your system.
This example USB CDC ACM implementation provides a Virtual Serial port
running over high speed USB. The Virtual Serial port supports the standard
requests associated with ACM model of the class. A serial terminal program from
host PC ...
May 2, 2009 ... hi all, i need a good explanation for usb cdc , and the differinces between it and
the HID library ,im using cdc for usb data acquisition card, but what if i used hid ?
which is better ? thx. 5/2/2009. Kiwi Mike AZ. HID (Human ...
Feb 9, 2007 ...CDC Subclass for Asynchronous Transfer Mode Devices; CDC Subclass for
Communications Devices; CDC Subclass for Ethernet Control Model Devices;
CDC Subclass for ISDN Devices; CDC Subclass for PSTN Devices ...
Specification, Device Class Specification, USB Type-C, 10/23/2018.
MBIMMultiflow10.zip1.3 MBUSB ... Class Specification, 12/05/2012. CDC1.
2_WMC1.1_052013.zip2.42 MBErrata updates for CDC v1.2 and WMC v1.1 as of
Oct 11, 2018 ... The. Communications Device Class - Abstract Control Model subclass (CDC-
ACM) is used for connecting legacy serial ports or modems over a USB link to a
host system. The usbd_cd_cdc_acm package is a function device ...