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  Recent Coverage
This page includes links to articles published in magazines and on-line.  Many of the magazine articles are now available on-line and links have been included where possible.  The articles have been separated into three sections:



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  Magazine Articles
Article Title Author Publication Author's Website
Using the Vinco/Vinculum-II to communicate over a ZigBee RF link Fred Eady Nuts & Volts September 2011  
Software Defined Radio With USB Interface Burkhard Kainka Elektor Electronics  
Add Audio Playback To Your Next Project Don Powrie Nuts & Volts https://www.dlpdesign.com 
Embedded USB Breakthrough Jeff Bachiochi Circuit Cellar https://www.circuitcellar.com/
USB<=>RS232 Converter И. Хуртин Radio (Russia)  
Programming an FPGA over USB using the JTAG Protocol Sakamoto Yasuhiro Toragi (Japan) https://www.cqpub.co.jp/toragi/
User-Friendly USB Device and Application Shigeki Serry Toragi (Japan) https://www.cqpub.co.jp/toragi/
Multi-Protocol USB: An All-Serial Data Acquisition System - No Microcontroller Required! Don Powrie Nuts & Volts Magazine (USA) https://www.dlpdesign.com
Developer Friendly USB Don Powrie Nuts & Volts Magazine (USA) https://www.dlpdesign.com
Bit-Bang USB: Perhaps The Easiest USB Interface Yet! Don Powrie Nuts & Volts Magazine (USA) https://www.dlpdesign.com
USB Made Simple Eddy Insam Electronics World (UK) https://www.eix.co.uk
Boarding the Universal Serial Bus: Pick The Solution That Fits Your Project! (Not available to read on-line) Jan Axelson Nuts & Volts Magazine (USA) https://www.lvr.com
USB, FTDI Style (Not available to read on-line) Jeff Pollard Circuit Cellar Magazine (USA) https://www.xylotex.com
Add a Universal Serial Bus Interface To Your Project - It's Easier Than You Think! Don Powrie Nuts & Volts Magazine (USA) https://www.dlpdesign.com
For more articles by Don Powrie of DLP Design please see https://www.dlpdesign.com/pub.shtml.
  On-Line Articles
Article Title Author Publication Author's Website
USB-CANtastic Craig Beiferman & Dale Herman Circuit Cellar Magazine (USA) https://www.apoxcontrols.com
Interfacing with a High-Speed Data Link Donovan G Govan & John L Bähr Proceedings (ISBN 0-473-09117-8) of the 9th Electronics New Zealand Conference https://www.physics.otago.ac.nz/electronics/index.html
USB on a Stamp Ben Lennard Lennard Electronics Website https://www.flat87.co.nr/ben
USB with the simplicity of RS232 - High Speed USB Controllers for Serial and FIFO Applications Craig Peacock Beyond Logic Website https://www.beyondlogic.org
"Some companies (like FTDI) have taken the approach of nearly completely relieving their customers of any USB knowledge, providing drivers and APIs for the host side, and a simple FIFO or serial interface at the device side.  This seems like a good strategy to me, as it provides a USB interface that can be implemented in a design without the engineer first having to become a USB guru."

Michael DeVault - DeVaSys on the USB Developers Web Board
"I have purchased a couple of DLP-245 modules to test-drive your USB chip in FPGA or ASIC context.  I was up and running within a few hours! (including the addition of the module to an Insight Xilinx Board, the drivers' installation, the FPGA application coding, and building a small USB demo project)."
"Everything (ASSP & drivers) seems perfectly designed on your side and I was very strongly impressed.  I have even purchased another tool using your chip (the small logic analyzer from Rocky Logic) which also works like a breeze (using the same USB drivers)."
"Today, I updated my website to reference your solution, and I have started to promote it heavily towards my customers and delegates who express interest in USB (during our HDL Training courses).  See https://www.alse-fr.com/English/cool_links.html."
"Congratulations for the perfect job!"

Bertrand Cuzeau - Technical Manager ALSE



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