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Which USB chip is good for implementing connection to PC ?

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lironz

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built on an2131q

Hi,
Which usb chip is recomended to implement connection to pc ?

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Re: usb

Hi.
I suggest to use one of FT chips.
For more details check the site: www.ftdichip.com
There you can get examples, and schematics.
 

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it deponds on your project. you have basically three choices. 1- use a mcu which had built-in usb.
2- use a usb chip like pdiusbd12 3-use usb<-> serial chips
 

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usb

In my opinion, the product of the cypress is the easy to config and low-cost
 

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If you project use USB1.1 , then you may choose AN2131Q ;If you use USB2.0, then you may use CY7C68013 , both are easy to use and both form Cypress Co. Ltd.

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Re: usb

unless your project is sensitive to the cost, otherwise, 68013 (around 6~8USD) will be a good choice, as it has several automatic data channels, which can somehow 'DMA' your data from or/and to the FPGA. BTW, I also use this channel for quick run-time FPGA configuration.
 

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Re: more on Cypress CY7C68013

hi vvsvv and EleApollo!
i need to know more about Cypress CY7C68013.
I want to know if on Cypress's CY7C68013 is better that ATMEL's At89C5131?
Could some one help me!

thanks in advance,
srinivas
 

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