Dual USB PHY Daughter Card
- Typically FPGA development boards have sufficient logic resources to support the
development of USB hardware, but they do not have the capability to support
the USB electrical specification. DUSB-PHY provides two
capable of supporting USB full and low speed. One transceiver is connected to a USB type A (Host) connector, and
the other transceiver is connected to a
USB type B (function or slave) connector. The daughter card connects to FPGA
development boards using the Santa Cruz Connector format (three 0.1" pitch
connectors), which is supported by
Altera, and other development board vendors such as
DUSB-PHY can support any USB hardware IP that has a USB transceiver
interface designed for simple USB transceivers such as the Fairchild
USB1T11A. However, it is specifically designed to support
usbhostslave, which is an Opencores USB 1.1 Host and Function IP core.
The entire usbhostslave Verilog RTL source, along with an easy to use Altera
SOPC Builder component, 2.6.10 uCLinux driver, and complete documentation, are
- Free open source Verilog RTL.
- uCLinux USB driver.
- Compatible with many FPGA development boards.