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App note: ASF – USB Composite Device

Posted on Sunday, May 5th, 2013 in app notes by DP

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Here’s an application note from Atmel:  ASF – USB Composite Device (PDF!)

The aim of this document is to provide an easy way to integrate a USB composite device application on a new or existing project.
This document is associated to USB device class Atmel® application notes
AVR4903 to AVR4909.

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4 Responses to “App note: ASF – USB Composite Device”

  1. limpkin says:

    ASF is a major pain in the *ss when it comes to modifying the base examples :/

  2. Jim Narem says:

    Is there some compelling reason to use the Atmel framework over LUFA?

  3. Lloyd Atkinson says:

    Advertising USB by using a picture of a RS-232 port. Makes sense.

    I still prefer RS-232, I don’t have to pay for the privilege of a combination of a couple of bytes for the VID/PID. I also don’t need a complicated stack to use it. Rant over.

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