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.
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 Multiflow Extension for Mobile Broadband
Interface Model v1.0 and Adopters Agreement. USB Multiflow Extension for
Mobile Broadband ...
Jun 15, 2016 ... Base Class 02h (Communications and CDC Control). This base class is defined
for devices that conform to the Communications Device Class Specification found
on the USB-IF website. That specification defines the usable ...
This application note shows how to create a USB device compliant to the
standard USB Communications. Device Class (CDC) on an XMOS multicore
microcontroller. The code associated with this application note provides an
example of ...
Feb 4, 2009 ... The USB specification defines an architecture that is capable of supporting most
communication devices which use the USB Communications Device. Class (
CDC). This application note describes how to develop a USB. CDC ...
The communications class defines a communications class interface consisting
of a management element and optionally a notification element. The
management element configures and controls the device, and consists of
endpoint 0. The ...