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
Application Note: AN00124. USB CDC Class as Virtual Serial Port. This
application note shows how to create a USB device compliant to the standard
USB Communications. Device Class (CDC) on an XMOS multicore
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 ...
Jun 15, 2016 ... This base class is defined for devices that conform to the CommunicationsDevice Class Specification found on ... Please see http://www.intel.com/content/
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
Feb 4, 2009 ... With the introduction of Microchip's microcontroller with. USB OTG (Universal
Serial Bus On-The-Go) periph- eral, implementing an embedded host has
become easier. USB is used in several types of communication devices.
Universal Serial Bus Class Definitions for Communication Devices specification,
and associated subclass specifications, define a framework of USB interfaces,
data structures, and requests under which a wide variety of telecommunications ...
Apr 20, 2017 ... sys) for your Communications and CDC Control device. Note If you trying to
install a USB device class driver included in Windows, you do not need to
download the driver. They are installed automatically.
▫ Emulates a serial COM port on PC that supports the CDC Abstract Control
Model (ACM). ▫ Provides an abstract communication interface for data transfers
between the host and the device. ▫ Handles standard Chapter 9 USB device
Jan 19, 1999 ...USB Class Definitions for Communication Devices. Version 1.1 ii. January 19,
1999. Scope of this Revision. This version 1.1 of this class specification is
intended for product design. Every attempt has been made to ensure a.