USB Support for OSE

Integrated USB Solutions for OSE-based USB products, both host and device

MCCI’s embedded USB support for Enea OSE® embedded operating systems provides compatibility, performance, flexibility, and stability to designers of OSE-based USB devices.

MCCI offers packages that integrate the MCCI USB DataPump® device stack and TrueTask® USB host stack with OSE and OSEck. The USB DataPump supports a large number of USB device controllers, and TrueTask USB supports all popular USB host controllers. Both packages support any CPU that is supported by OSE, allowing OEMs a simple integration path to a USB-IF certified USB 1.1/2.0/3.1 stack.

Use of the MCCI DataPump with OSE or OSEck

Block diagram of using DataPump in an embedded system with OSE

MCCI has 10+ years of experience in supplying the DataPump and TrueTask USB for a wide range of USB devices and hosts. Our leading role in the USB standards community gives you reliability and performance you can count on.

Specifications:

Operating systems OSE and OSEck
Microcontroller or CPU Any supported by OSE
API No specific API at this level
Technical Documentation Functional Specifications
Basic Delivery Format C-source
Supported USB speeds Low speed, full speed, high speed, SuperSpeed Gen 1 and Gen 2, all SuperSpeed Inter-chip gears and lane combinations
Supported MCCI Device Class Modules
  • Audio Class 1.0 and 2.0
  • Still Image Class
  • Video Class 1.1
  • Mass Storage Bulk-Only Transport
  • Human Interface Device (HID) 1.1
  • Device Firmware Update (DFU) 1.1, for firmware update over USB
  • CDC (Communications Device Class) 1.1 Wireless Mobile Communication subclass (WMC) for multi-function 2.5G and 3G handsets
  • CDC 1.1 WMC Abstract Control Model (ACM), for traditional modems and modem emulation (more info)
  • CDC 1.1 WMC Device Management
  • CDC 1.1 WMC OBEX (Object Exchange)
  • CDC 1.1 Ethernet Control Model (ECM), for Ethernet-like networking (more info)
  • Microsoft Remote NDIS (RNDIS), for Ethernet-like networking devices, targeting PCs running Windows
  • MCCI Virtual Serial Port (VSP), for migrating RS-232 devices to USB (more info)
  • MCCI Loopback, for test and performance evaluation
  • Networking Control Model (NCM) for high-speed Ethernet emulation
  • Mobile Broadband Interface Model (MBIM) for LTE modems

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