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resources:eval:ezlinx:isolated-usb [28 May 2012 11:40]
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 ===== Hardware Implementation ===== ===== Hardware Implementation =====
  
-The Isolated USB port is implemented using the [[http://​www.analog.com/​adum3160|ADuM3160]] Full speed USB Isolator. The [[http://​www.analog.com/​adum3160|ADuM3160]] connects to the integrated USB PHY of the ADSP-BF548 and is capable of functioning at data rates of up to 12Mbit/s. Figure 1 below shows a circuit diagram of the implementation of the [[http://​www.analog.com/​adum3160|ADuM3160]] on the //ez//LINX hardware.+The Isolated USB port is implemented using the [[adi>adum3160|ADuM3160]] Full speed USB Isolator. The [[adi>adum3160|ADuM3160]] connects to the integrated USB PHY of the ADSP-BF548 and is capable of functioning at data rates of up to 12Mbit/s. Figure 1 below shows a circuit diagram of the implementation of the [[adi>adum3160|ADuM3160]] on the //ez//LINX hardware.
  
  
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-The VBUS1 and VDD1 of the [[http://​www.analog.com/​adum3160|ADuM3160]] is powered from the 5V bus power supply. VBUS2 and VDD2 is powered from 3.3V generated by the //ez//LINX power supply. A mini USB-B connector is used for easy connection to a USB master.+The VBUS1 and VDD1 of the [[adi>adum3160|ADuM3160]] is powered from the 5V bus power supply. VBUS2 and VDD2 is powered from 3.3V generated by the //ez//LINX power supply. A mini USB-B connector is used for easy connection to a USB master.
  
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resources/eval/ezlinx/isolated-usb.txt · Last modified: 03 Jan 2021 22:04 by Robin Getz